Posted On: 03/31/20 6:23 PM

With the 2019-20 high school hoops season in the books, and the updated class of 2021 rankings set to drop any day now, there’s no better time to take a look at some of the top junior prospects by position or skill set. Here’s a look at some of the top pure shooters in SoCal’s junior class.

Daniel Esparza, Sonora - Esparza is an unconscious type of three-point shooter who, when he gets on a roll, can change the course of a game by hitting a flurry of deep balls. The 6-foot-2 combo guard is most comfortable when using some rhythm dribbles to get into his pull-up jumper. Esparza gets good lift on his shot with a super quick trigger, but he does need to get more comfortable in catch-and-shoot situations.

Harrison Hornery, Mater Dei - The 6-foot-9 forward has as smooth of shooting mechanics as you'll find in a high school player. Hornery is more comfortable as a set shooter off the catch than he is off the bounce, but given time and space, it's very difficult for a defender to disrupt his flow due to his size and high release point. Hornery connected on 54 triples for the

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