Posted On: 08/29/20 2:38 AM

CORONA, CA - On Saturday evening, Etop Udo-Ema and the Compton Magic held an event to raise social awareness through basketball.  Udo-Ema talked about the importance of voting and also how today’s youth can use their platform to make a change and impact society.  On the basketball side, several Compton Magic squads faced off against Compton Magic alumni teams which featured players who currently play in college and pros as well.  Prep Hoops takes a look at some players who were overlooked but are primed to break out from the class of 2022.

Max AllenMaxAllen6'8" | CState#232Nation (Sierra Canyon, 2022) - The 6’8" 260 lb bigman looks like he is in the best shape of his life.  He told Prep Hoops that he has lost 30 pounds since the season and looks extremely nimble and agile.  Pitted up against overseas pros and current college players, Allen was able to use his size and IQ inside to finish around the rim.  Allen does a great job sealing his man and playing with his back to the basket and displays IQ in the paint and uses a series of pump fakes and head fakes to throw his defender off. Allen also

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