Posted On: 10/30/20 11:00 AM

There is never a shortage of talent in the CIF Southern Section. As a multitude of seniors departed off to the college level, many sophomores this upcoming season are now ready for an increased role on their respective teams with the hope of orchestrating a breakout season. These four sophomore talents are among those that have the potential to put together a stout second-year campaign.

Immanuel TaylorImmanuelTaylor5'9" | PGVillage Christian | 2023 — Village Christian

Immanuel TaylorImmanuelTaylor5'9" | PGVillage Christian | 2023 is one crafty point guard. The Village Christian talent is expected to have a potent sophomore season due to his ability as a primary ball-handler. He has good handles and works well on taking care of the ball amid heavy pressure from an opponent. Taylor possesses promising potential as a drive-and-kick guard, which calls for a guard to have superb court vision and the ability to create high percentage shot opportunities for teammates. The 5’9” guard can be elusive as he works his way into the painted area as well. In short, Taylor should thrive this upcoming season as a pass-first guard considering that he will once again be surrounded by improved pure shooters such as 2022 forward Powel Mousaian.

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