Posted On: 06/21/19 7:13 PM

Keylin Vance is off the board. The last remaining member of the Top Ten in the PrepHoops Oregon Class of 2019 rankings has made a decision on where he’s going to play at the college level. The fearless 6-foot-3, 175-pound combo guard from Jefferson High School had determined he would start playing college ball at the JC level and he’ll be doing it down in Southern California at Riverside City College.

“I went on a visit there this summer at the end of the school year and Coach (Phil) Matthews, whose son plays at USC, had been recruiting me during the season,” Vance said. “I went down there and I really liked it. It’s really nice and they’re going to help me get to the next level.”

Vance was undoubtedly one of the most dangerous offensive players in the state all year long – when he got hot he was practically unstoppable. There are still aspects to his game he hopes to improve though and he’s ready to get to work in order to reach his ultimate goal at a four-year school.

“I’m just going to try and play my role and not come in and try to do too much,” Vance said. “I really want to go D-I after my two years so we’ll see what type of offers I get.”

Vance currently ranks as the #6 player in the PrepHoops Oregon Class of 2019 rankings.