Conference Preview

Posted On: 10/30/20 7:00 PM

Last weekend’s Border League event featured many of the top programs on the west coast with state representation from teams in California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Colorado and more. Games from the highest division, the Top Flight Division, were featured on ESPN 2 Sunday with the title game resulting in IMG Academy defeating Coronado (NV) led by University of Texas-commit Tamar Bates and highly-regarded center Moussa Diabate.

The California representation featured two CIF Southern Section Open Division-caliber teams, which were not able to go by official school names due to the event being out of season, including “Big Red” based out of Santa Ana and “Husky Nation” based out of Corona. Other SoCal based programs included “Eagle Select,” “San Diego Falcons,” “MoVal Mustangs,” and “NC Mavs,” among others.

In this piece we take a look at some of the California based players who put together strong efforts during the Border League event.

Mouhamed Gueye, Prolific Prep - The active, long and athletic big man proved to be a tough matchup for opposing defenses. At 6-feet-10, the class of 2022 forward has the ability to stretch the floor to the three-point line, attack straight-line drive opportunities and get to the rim and

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