Andrews has all the scoring skills, but his improved game management was noted as well.

Posted On: 04/4/21 3:56 PM

High school basketball is back in Southern California. With teams now cleared to resume play in the state, a few programs have already gotten underway. Not all teams have started up, but for the ones that have returned to play, here’s a look at some of the players to watch and some the ones who have stood out so far.

1. Isaiah Elohim - Heritage Christian 2024

I first saw Elohim play back in June at the Pangos Best of the West Showcase. He stood out then as having a really advanced skill-set, especially on the offensive end and as a player who could make an impact right away as a freshman. So far, he’s done just that. He gets out on the break and he can finish strong at the rim. He’s a solid ball-handler and he’s comfortable creating for himself on the perimeter. High upside wing prospect.

2. Remington Rofer Remington Rofer 6'8" | PF Loyola | 2021 State - Loyola 2022

I first saw Rofer about two years ago at the Fairfax summer tournament. What really stands out about him is his activity on the glass. He ’s a good rebounder, especially on the offensive end fighting for second shot opportunities. He can score

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