Posted On: 06/30/21 5:12 PM

Monday marked the opening four games of the St. John Bosco Summer Classic. The event features 16 total teams, including some of the best programs and players the SoCal has to offer. In this piece we take a closer look at the standout performers from Day 1 of the event.

Miles Song, 2023, Servite - Song was the beneficiary of tons of drive-and-kick opportunities where he used his smooth three-point shooting stroke to knock down triples from multiple spots of the floor. The 6-foot-2 rising junior is a threat to get hot from deep in a hurry and he isn’t afraid to pull the trigger when a good shot presents itself. 

Al-amin Juma, 2022, Servite - Juma earned praise from head coach John Morris prior to the game as a high motor guy on both ends of the floor and he lived up to that billing. The 6-foot-5 forward has a strong frame and isn’t afraid of contact on either end. Juma is a good defensive rebounder for his size and showed the ball skills and touch around the basket to lead the break and finish at the rim through contact.

Tahaad Davis, 2022, Leuzinger - Davis was a bright

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