Posted On: 11/25/19 5:11 AM

Rancho Cucamonga, CA - Day 3 of the Inland Empire Classic featured more exciting basketball.  Etiwanda matched up against Rancho Cucamonga and Colony faced Silverado in the semifinals of the tournament.  These games featured several players who stood out among the rest.

Jahmai Mashack (Etiwanda, 2021, Wing)  Maishack is a two way player.  His team is nicknamed "Clamp City" and he is the epitome of that nickname.  Mashack plays lock down defense, and is one of the most impressive defenders in high school basketball.  He shuffles his feet, communicates to his teammates, and knows when to dart into passing lanes.  On offense, Jahmai displays a consistent jumper.  He did a great job coming off pin downs and screens to make several jumpers off o catch and shoot situations.  On the fast break, Mashack does a great job of getting out in transition for easy finishes.  Jahmai plays with a high motor and isn't afraid of contact.  He had several plays where he got inside the paint to clean up misses for his teammates.  Colleges looking for a two way wing need to take a look at Mashack.  

Cam Pierce (Etiwanda, 2020, PG) Pierce is a floor general.

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