Posted On: 04/11/20 7:27 PM

An astronomical amount of talent continues to blossom in the Northern California area. Many players continue to standout, lead their teams and leave a legacy proving that they are one of the top players in the area. The players below have stepped up big time for their respective teams while making a name for themselves.

 

Fourth Team:

So. Kevin Adams, Monterey Trail – As a sophomore, Adams played extremely aggressive and did not back down. A physical and explosive guard who crashes the boards well and can get to the rack efficiently. With two more years left of high school ball, it will be exciting to see growth in Adams game. 

Jr. Breckin BeamanBreckinBeaman5'11" | CGSacramento Adventist | 2021State, Sacramento Adventist - The 5-foot-10 guard is a very good player. A monstrous junior campaign ending the season with 27 points, 5.1 assists, 7.1 rebounds and an outstanding 5.4 steals, guiding the Capitals to a nearly perfect 13-1 conference record.   

So. Ameere BrittonAmeereBritton6'0" | CGElk Grove | 2022State, Elk Grove – The big man is versatile and can guard many positions. Britton has great feet both offensively and defensively and can really stroke it when he gets hot. A strong player who is not

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