Posted On: 01/13/21 4:59 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 in the class of 2023 who would have broken out at this point in the season for their high school teams if it had gone as normally scheduled.

Kenny ManziKennyManzi6'6" | SFRolling Hills Prep | 2023, Rolling Hills Prep - The bouncy 6-foot-6 forward worked his way into the Huskies starting lineup toward the middle of his freshman campaign and seemed to get better each and every game. Manzi has great hands and footwork around the basket while his quick first and second jumps make him an adept finisher and second chance opportunist in the painted area. 

Cyprian HydeCyprianHyde6'9" | CVista | 2023, Vista - Hyde made huge strides during the offseason and we were really looking forward to seeing how it translated to the varsity level. The 6-foot-9 forward/center is much more agile and athletic than he was toward the end of last season, which, combined with his skill, would have made him a viable offensive and defensive threat for the

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