Posted On: 01/25/19 2:25 PM

The Prep Hoops So-Cal staff has completed its re-shuffle of the 2019 and 2020 rankings. After the ink has settled, where do San Diego’s top prospects stand?

We now take a look at the junior class, and discuss the names and games of the final San Diego prospects to appear in the update, and a look at players I think should be included in the next update.

Prep Hoops 2020 rankings update - Final 3

Albert Pichardo, 6-3 WF, Army-Navy Academy (#78 overall)

Pichardo had a breakout spring and summer with the San Diego All-Stars, but his production has dipped slightly, largely due to an improved Warriors roster. He still plays a lot of point-forward and is the glue that holds things together. Developing his driving and scoring with his off hand will need to be a priority during the offseason.

Trae Taylor, 6-5 F, Mission Bay (#87 overall)

There's a lot to like about Taylor as a prospect. He's got a long, gawkish frame, can shoot it fluidly out to 18 feet, and is a rangy rim protector. But he still has a ways to go in terms of toughness and consistency. We'll know more about Taylor during his

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