Posted On: 08/6/19 7:33 PM

Las Vegas, NV - After a long hot summer, the final game of the grassroots season took place at the Fantastic 40. It featured Addidas sponsored Compton Magic, vs Nike EYBL Seattle Rotary. The game included several future college stars and prospects. There was no easing into this heavyweight fight, as Majon Beauchamp (PH #27 Dream City Christian H.S Seattle, Wa) came out firing, scoring a quick 11 points. The Magic stayed right with them thanks to the shooting of Malik Harris (Damien H.S La Verne, CA)  and DJ Davis (Centennial H.S Corona, CA)  Seattle extended the lead to as much as 8, but thanks to the determination of Jaylen Clark, (PH# Centennial H.S Corona,CA ) they were unable to increase it.

The first half bogged down into a grinding slug fest as both teams struggled for control. That was until Otis Frazier (Mt Zion Christian Academy, Buckeye H.S ) decided to put his stamp on the game. The 6’5 Wing did everything required for Champions to hold trophies. He finished, he rebounded, he defended and provided a level of energy that no one on either side could match. Behind his efforts the Magic clawed back to cut the lead

Nevada All Access Pass

Subscribe to Prep Hoops Nevada to get access to all premium articles and prospect rankings for as little as $2 per week!