Posted On: 06/30/19 10:30 AM

The month of June is that time between AAU periods where high school basketball players go back to their high school teams for a bit in the form of summer tournaments. One of those tournaments is the DeMar DeRozan Summer Tourney held at Compton High School.

I was able to attend the event on the final day of the tournament this past Saturday. Here’s a look at some of the top standouts that I saw.

1. Eric Peacock Jr. – King/Drew 2020

An incoming senior, Peacock looks like he is coming into his own as a scorer. He sees the floor well and he moves well without the ball to get open and be in position to score. He’s looking like a good midrange shooter and a good three-point shooter. When running the break, he’s looking for his teammates in transition. On the defensive end, he plays tough. He’s a good defender on the perimeter and contests shots well.

2. Jackson Barnhill – Long Beach Wilson 2020

Barnhill is a very versatile big man. He definitely epitomizes today’s changing game with big men being able to do more than just play in the post. He’s got a quick shooting release

California All Access Pass

Subscribe to Prep Hoops California to get access to all premium articles and prospect rankings for as little as $2 per week with an annual subscription!