Posted On: 01/31/19 7:22 PM
The San Diego senior class has a number of players who will continue to play ball after high school that didn't make our updated rankings.
Who were some of the bigger omissions? Prep Hoops gives you some names
Prep Hoops 2019 Rankings update: San Diego's best of the rest
Malcolm Little, 6-3 G Balboa School
Prep Hoops So-Cal doesn’t rank prep school players, but if Little were ranked, the athletic scoring guard be among the top prospects in the class.
Mojus Mojus, 6-3 SG, Balboa School
Little’s backcourt mate is an explosive scorer from midrange and deep. Headed to CSU Fullerton.
CJ Jackson, 6-7 C, Sweetwater
Monster rebounder and interior defender who is starting to evolve offensively.
Roman Wright, 5-10 PG, Rancho Bernardo
Cerebral point guard with good quickness, excellent court vision, an improved improved jumper and dogged defense.
Patrick McLachlan, 6-2 G, Rancho Buena Vista
Smooth combo guard scores it from all three levels and has a lot of upside.
Noah Tumblin, 6-2 G, Mira Mesa
Likely headed to school for football. Otherwise, the wiry combo guard would be a shoo-in for the rankings.
Ricardo Hopping, 6-4 SG, Westview
Stocky shooting guard is automatic when his feet are set,