Posted On: 03/30/21 4:01 PM

The Prep Hoops Circuit was in California for the opening weekend of play and talent was everywhere.  Today Prep Hoops honors the top performers in The All Session 1 Team.

Chae Haynes Chae Haynes 6'6" | C Life Christian Academy | 2022 State WA of Eagles Academy (WA).  Haynes is a top 20 level junior talent in the state of Washington that made a big name for himself in the Hustle Region on weekend one.  The low post anchor averaged nearly 17 points and nine boards a game last season for Life Christian Academy. Haynes led his team to an undefeated weekend while also grabbing the attention of many including Prep Hoops analyst Bruce Williams. 

Joshua Jefferson Joshua Jefferson 6'8" | PF Liberty | 2022 State #122 Nation NV of West Coast Select (NV). The top ranked player in Nevada’s junior Class, Joshua Jefferson Joshua Jefferson 6'8" | PF Liberty | 2022 State #122 Nation NV is one of the more versatile forwards we will see all season on the Prep Hoops Circuit.  Jefferson is a 6-foot-8 forward that mixes power and athleticism to produce at a high major level.  So far Texas A&M, UNLV (previous staff), Pepperdine, and Ball State have offered scholarships and several Pac 12 programs are showing interest. 

Aaron Price Aaron Price 6'7" | PF Liberty | 2022 State NV of West Coast Select (NV).   Nevada 2022 Aaron Price Aaron Price 6'7" | PF Liberty | 2022 State NV also had a big weekend for West Coast Select. Price is a long 6-foot-7 forward that is quick off his feet to collect boards, finish explosively, and contest shots. He’s ranked sixth in the state for 2022s and runs extremely well in transition.  Was a key part of West Coast Select going undefeated in the Hustle Region opener. 

DJ Thomas DJ Thomas 6'0" | PG Liberty | 2024 State NV of West Coast Select (NV).  Thomas is the top ranked freshman in the state of Nevada and when Prep Hoops analyst Bruce Williams was asked about Hustle Region standouts the name DJ Thomas DJ Thomas 6'0" | PG Liberty | 2024 State NV was one of the first to come up.  When reviewing the Thomas film you see a player that gets out of his separation move as well as anybody.  Outstanding change of direction and a lead guard that led his team to an undefeated weekend. 

Nate Simon of Multi Level Basketball (CA).  Simon was the most impressive local talent in the Hustle Region opener.  His ability to attack the cup with a great first step and strong finishes complete with taking contact before the score is something that caught my eye looking at the film.  When put in pick and roll situations Simon’s ability to attack hard or pull-up and hit made him one of the most dangerous players of the week.  A 2023 from Fontana, California. 

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