Posted On: 02/20/20 7:42 PM

Los Angeles, CA – As the the first couple rounds of pool play and bracket play in the playoffs begin, Southern California seniors fight to keep their high school careers going.  While some players have received offers, others still only have interest and remain.  Of these unsigned seniors, several stood out this week with their play.

Jordan Shelley (Providence, 2020, Guard) Jordan was huge in showing off his scoring punch with 25 points vs La Serna, as Providence will move on to the next round in Division 3AA.  The 6'4" Shelley scores in a variety of ways; he can slash to rim, pull up off the dribble from 15, and also catch and shoot from 3.  His ability to get the ball in the bucket has been huge for the Pioneers as they go deeper into the playoffs.  Jordan is capable of creating shots for himself, and also for others when defenses collapse on him.  Not only does he ball on the court, Shelley gets it done in the classroom as well as he is a D1 qualifier and currently has a 3.8 GPA.  Shelley would be an excellent talented addition to any college at the next level.

Chase Courtney

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