Posted On: 12/29/20 7:28 PM

With many states, including California, still struggling to figure out how to play the high school basketball season amid increasing COVID-19 case numbers, we wanted to take a closer look at each class in our region.

In this piece, we break down the players who would have broken out at this point in the season for their high school teams if it had gone as normally scheduled.

Christopher HammondChristopherHammond6'5" | SFCampbell Hall | 2022State, Campbell Hall - Hammond is a little-known forward for now, but with the way he impacts multiple aspects of the game, his recruiting stock will rise once the high school squads are able to take the floor again. The 6-foot-5 forward is an impressive vertical athlete with a strong frame and plays with a high motor. Hammond posted multiple double-double stat lines last season and proved to be a versatile defender.

Shyheim ParmShyheimParm6'1" | CGCajon | 2022State, Cajon - Parm’s natural feel for the game and ability to score in a variety of ways makes him an intriguing long-term prospect. The 6-foot-2 combo guard can slice his way to the rim in transition and finish through or above contact, but is also an adept pull-up jump shooter off the bounce who

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