Posted On: 01/20/21 3:30 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.

Zack DavidsonZackDavidson6'7" | PFMater Dei | 2023, Mater Dei - Davidson saw good action with the Monarchs last season as a complimentary piece to an open division caliber squad, but this season he likely would have seen his role increase on the offensive end. With Devin AskewDevinAskew6'3" | PGMater Dei | 2020State#18Nation graduating early and heading to Kentucky, and fellow starters Aidan PrukopAidanPrukop6'4" | SFMater Dei | 2020State#459Nation and Ryan EvansRyanEvans6'2" | SGMater Dei | 2020State#479Nation graduating, the 6-foot-7 forward would have had an increase in touches and offensive opportunities. Davidson is a skilled hybrid forward with face-up touch to the three-point line and the ability to take defenders off the bounce and finish around the basket.

Tyler SmallTylerSmall6'1" | PGServite | 2023, Servite - The Friars definitely took a hit with All-League point guard Tajavis MillerTajavisMiller6'3" | PGServite | 2022State#105Nation transferring out of

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