Posted On: 01/2/20 9:00 AM

LA VERNE — Damien high school played host to its annual Classic at Damien post-holiday high school hoops tournament and the competition didn’t disappoint. The event drew 80 teams from multiple states and were spread across five divisions.

The Platinum Division featured the best of the best with Rancho Christian upsetting Sierra Canyon, 85-81, in an overtime thriller. Gonzaga-bound point guard Dominick Harris led the Eagles with 32 points, while junior guard Jaden Byers had one of his best overall games of his career, finishing with a controlled 20 points. Evan Mobley, widely regarded as the No. 1 player in the country for the class of 2020, finished with 16 points and 12 rebounds.

For Sierra Canyon, it was Ziaire Williams leading the way in his Trailblazers’ debut, scoring 28 points, while Kentucky-bound guard B.J. Boston added 27 as Sierra Canyon fell for the first time this season.

While the huge crowds, television crews and mixtape producers were focused in on the top teams and prospects at Damien, we wanted to shine a light on some of the top unsigned seniors who have the ability to help college programs at various levels.

Austin Cook, Damien

The 6-foot-4 wing

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