Posted On: 10/20/20 6:03 PM

With this season being a season unlike any other, several players have relocated in search of opportunity. In this article, PH takes a look at the state’s top impact transfers.  

  1. Frankie CollinsFrankieCollins6'2" | PGCoronado | 2021State#58NationNV 6’2 PG (#4PHN 2021) From Compass Prep (AZ) To Coronado - The Michigan commit makes the Cougars an instant contender. 
  2. AJ StorrAJStorr6'5" | SFAZ Compass Prep | 2022AZ 6’6 SG (#3PHN 2022) From Kankakee (IL) To Bishop Gorman (featured image) - Dynamic wing scorer to team up with High Majors Collins and McClendon. 
  3. Osiris GradyOsirisGrady6'7" | CCoronado | 2023State#91NationNV 6’7 PF (#2PHN 2023) From Silverado To Coronado - Adds size and depth to an already talented Cougars squad. 
  4. Daniel RouzanDanielRouzan6'8" | PFBishop Gorman | 2021StateNV 6’8 PG (#13PHN 2021) From Eisenhower (CA) To Bishop Gorman - Big strong post is part of a trio of newcomers for the Gaels.
  5. Vinny VeikalasVinnyVeikalas6'3" | SGValley | 2021StateNV 6’3 SG (#12PHN 2021) From Overland (CO) To Valley - Power guard adds perimeter scoring to a Valley squad with 4A championship aspirations
  6. Darrion WilliamsDarrionWilliams6'6" | PFBishop Gorman | 2022StateNV 6’6 PF (#7PHN 2022) From Capital Christian (CA) To Bishop Gorman - Complimentary facilitator that should fit the Gales system perfectly. 
  7. Jordan MorencyJordanMorency6'2" | PGBishop Manogue | 2023StateNV 6’2 PG (#7PHN 2023) From Silverado To Bishop Manogue

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