Posted On: 10/28/19 4:47 PM

Oceanside, Ca. — Whenever there’s an opportunity to get a close look at many of San Diego’s best teams in one sitting, I make sure to take advantage of it.

The fine folks who run the high level and high class Gamepoint travel program organized a Fall Shootout at MiraCosta College, which featured some of SD’s top teams and players, in addition to a couple Temecula squads and one from my home-base of Orange County.

Here are five takeaways from the seven-game event:

Torrey Pines’ size could be problematic for area foes

The key player for the Falcons this season will most certainly be 6-foot-8 forward Brandon Angel. The Stanford-commit is one of the best shooters in the state and poses a mismatch problem for opposing four men because of his range and high release. The guy responsible for getting Angel open looks is 6-foot-6 junior point guard Chris Howell. The San Marcos transfer is one of the best passers in SoCal and can see over most of his defensive match-ups because of his size. Another key addition for Torrey Pines is 6-foot-8 center Otto Landrum by way of Colorado.

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