Posted On: 07/13/21 10:11 PM

The St. John Bosco Summer Classic was one of the final high school-based tournaments to run this summer. The field was a strong collection of 16 SoCal-based teams with a good amount of college prospects on each roster. In this piece we take a closer look at the standouts from the rising sophomore and incoming freshmen classes.

Kade Bonam, 2025, St. John Bosco - This skilled 6-foot-6 forward is already equipped with great low-post footwork, soft hands and touch around the basket and the ability to step out, face-up and hit the 15-17 foot jumper. We will not be surprised if Bonam plays early and often on the varsity squad as a freshman.

Carter Bryant, 2024, Fountain Valley - Bryant's official high school debut was delayed due to injury, but the 6-foot-7 wing turned heads at Section 7 and carried that momentum into the Bosco Summer Showcase. Bryant is a smooth operator on the perimeter with ball skills to create off the bounce, vision to find teammates and he hits the catch-and-shoot three-pointer with consistency. Perhaps the most intriguing parts of Bryant's game are his defensive instincts and and offensive basketball IQ in not forcing bad shots and seemingly always

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