Posted On: 05/20/20 8:58 PM

Currently, these five sophomores out of Northern California, are bound to make heavy impacts with their two years left in high school, and beyond. All hold D1 offers at the moment, but when it is all said and done, they will all have their fair share of options. 

Jaylen Thompson:

Thompson, the player out of Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School, in Alameda, is already highly touted. With early offers from USC and Stanford, schools around the country are going to find him really intriguing. The 6'6 forward is lethal in the transition game. He lives above the rim and can snag any ball insight then throws it down. So, he has serious athletic ability. He throws in a mid-range game where he can stretch the court, making it very difficult for defenders to guard him strongly. In addition, the short-range game for him is effective and can finish with either hand. On the defensive side of things, he can recover with ferocious blocks on players. He will be a high-riser for the time being. 


Oziyah Sellers:

The 6'3 guard can seriously light it up from deep. He has hit some NBA three's over his two years at Modesto

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