Posted On: 05/18/21 6:30 PM

The 2021 edition of the Rolling Hills Prep State Preview Classic was a scaled down version of the event that is a must-see for Southern California basketball fans. Colony high school hosted the four game, one-day event which featured many of SoCal’s top programs and top players. Below is a breakdown of the sophomore and freshman class standouts from the showcase.

Liam Campbell, 2024, Harvard-Westlake - Campbell was the (pleasant) surprise of the event for me. The 6-foot-4 freshman came off the bench and turned in productive minutes for the Wolverines. Campbell is a high IQ, steady and versatile player whose impact goes well-beyond his years. The 2024 prospect finished with 14 points in his reserve role and had scouts and media in attendance intrigued about his long-term potential.

Brady Dunlap Brady Dunlap 6'6" | SF Harvard-Westlake | 2023 #74 Nation , 2023, Harvard-Westlake - Dunlap had a stellar freshman season at Hart of Newhall before making the move to Studio City for his sophomore season. It’s nice to see Dunlap take a step up in regards to level of play and competition with an Open Division program and it’s only helping his development. Dunlap has great size and shooting ability at 6-feet-7

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