The Spring Valley Jamboree took place Saturday, Nov 19th at Spring Valley High School. The one-day event featured 12 Las Vegas area teams, playing multiple games all under one roof. As an added bonus, all games were live-streamed on the 7outz Network and are currently available on the network. This event provided me with a terrific opportunity to view upcoming rosters for the season. In this article, let’s look at some old faces showing up in new places.
Smooth scorer that is coming over from playing at Bonanza the previous season. It will be fun to get a good look at him and some of the Mustangs this season.
Lot of talk about Oz’s transfer to one of the 4A favorites. The biggest question being how effective a two big system is in this era, as he will team with high flyer. To his credit, Biebrich has stretched out his game, making himself more of a perimeter threat. As always, he rebounds at a high level, and his ability to be a physical precense down low brings a ton of value to the team.
Mabry ran with Shadow Ridge and is now a key piece of a 4A contender. In an ironic twist, he played against Shadow on Saturday, and was good when it came to rebounding the ball, and scoring around the basket.
Davis comes to Las Vegas by way of Reno. The long athletic wing, is a slasher with the ability to defend multiple positions. He played that role admirable for the Wildcats on Satuday.
Nance is coming to Centennial after serving as 6th man for Spring Valley’s 4A state runner up squad last season. The lefty will provide instant scoring for a Centennial squad that will have several new additions.
Wilson who was previously at Legacy, took the floor for the Bulldogs this weekend. He showed good strength and transition ability, finishing a couple of and ones on the day. Wilson’s ability to score without having plays called for him should help the Bulldogs overall offense.
Sweeney will be joining Centennial after playing for Shadow Ridge the previous season. The guard had some shot making ability, and wil probably be used a lot to facilate and defend on the perimeter.