Posted On: 03/26/20 12:43 PM

Francisco Awards: Most Improved (Class of 2020)

LONG BEACH, CA—What do you do when you’re taken out of the classroom and in the midst of a virus quarantine? You bust out “the best of the best” from the 2019-20 high school basketball season—So Cal Style. Beginning with the immensely talented Sierra Canyon squad, who exhibited the type of fanfare demonstrated by the Lonzo Ball-led Chino Hills squad of years past. Brandon Boston Jr was the MVP for the Trailblazers, but surprisingly the Kentucky signee was not the best player on his team as that label belonged to the multi-skilled Ziaire WilliamsZiaireWilliams6'8" | SFSierra Canyon | 2020State#9Nation. 

USC-bound Evan MobleyEvanMobley6'11" | PFRancho Christian | 2020State#1Nation is still considered the “best prospect”, but he needs to assert himself more going forward to reach his vast potential. Josh ChristopherJoshChristopher6'4" | SGMayfair | 2020State#11Nation (Mayfair) put up huge numbers and Utah-bound Ian MartinezIanMartinez6'3" | SGJSerra | 2020State#47Nation rattled many rims with his bounce, but also showed off a much-improved jump shot. In the following blogs, we will break down the season and also project what the Class of 2020 has to offer going forward as they put their finger prints on the college basketball scene. However, that is only going to

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