These are the top wings that haven’t been talked about enough within the Jim Harris Classic. They all bring something different to the table and lead in different ways!
Trey Pearce – SF/PF – 6’7” – 2023 Mira Costa
His versatility on both ends of the court is impeccable. He brings everything a coach is looking for in talent, IQ, and resiliency. With his size and quickness, he is able to easily guard all five guys on the court. His skill set will directly translate to the college game and is able to slot in anywhere you put him. He can play inside and outside and will punish smaller defenders when needed.
Nate Tuttle – SG/SF – 6’4” – 2023 Trabuco Hills
A lefty shotmaker that is looking to make a splash in the South Coast League. He is very quick and likes to dance around the top of the key a decent amount. Where I noticed he does most of his damage is making swift moves from the wing whether he is making a clean step-back jumper, or taking it to the rim if the defense gives it to him. He is strongly underrated and he uses that when driving to the basket. Also, watch for him to use his long arms to get some steals and start a one-man fastbreak.
Rex Komatz – SF – 6’4 – 2023 Los Alamitos
The second fiddle on the Griffin’s squad is someone to watch over this season as he does a lot of things well. He is very calm and collected and never seems to force anything. He will do what is best for the team in each game even if it isn’t always him doing the scoring. If his scoring is needed, watch him dominate in the paint through driving and offensive rebounds.
Jack Warnick – SG/SF – 6’4” – 2024 Trabuco Hills
With a couple of seniors left on the Trabuco Hills roster, look for Jack to use this as a year to grow as he will be the focal point of the offense next year. He has some good size to his body and it helps him compete in many different ways. A lights-out shooter, but most of the time he likes to slash in the lane to get easy buckets. He brings intensity on the defensive end and is able to guard anyone on the court.
– SF – 6’5” – 2025 Los Alamitos
This forward was not only one of the youngest players in the tournament, but he was also one of the most dominant. By far the best player on his team, I watched him take over games with his skills of being able to pick apart the opposition. All of his moves seemed so calculated, yet really all he was doing was taking what the defense gives him. He was dominant on both ends and is someone to watch over the next couple of years.