Angelo Kambala 5’10 PG Coronado (#5PHN)

Posted On: 12/17/20 1:02 PM

We all miss the high school season, and everyone has their own valid reasons. From our perspective — covering the state landscape from a recruiting lens — we miss seeing a small-town senior become the hottest name on the local college recruiting trail after a deep tournament run. We miss watching the junior who improved all summer earn his first offer after being considered more of a D-III kid. We miss learning new names. We miss getting our first impression of the freshmen class throughout the year.

After watching some ball in the summer and fall, however sparing, and staying in contact with trusted sources, here’s who we believe would’ve had a breakout season in 2020-21, had things been normal. 

Myles WilliamsMylesWilliams6'2" | SGArbor View | 2021StateNV 6’2 SG Arbor View 2021 - Watched Williams play all summer and loved his ability to score the basketball. The long smooth wing did a good job of finishing in transition and drives. The Aggies lost a lot from last season, including their top 4 scorers. Williams’s ability to get buckets would have been a huge asset to a team that has gotten used to winning over the last few years. 

Calvin SchmelingCalvinSchmeling6'5" | SGClark | 2021NV 6’5

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