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    Cal-Hi Sports Player of the Week


    James Chun (Archbishop Riordan, San Francisco)
    He scored 24 points in the CCS Division III championship game as the Crusaders defeated their league rival Sacred Heart Cathedral of San Francisco 65-61 in overtime.

    James Chun is one of the best pure shooters in NOR⭐️CAL. - The NorCal Report

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    Blair Xu
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    Milton Academy
    From: Ontario, Canada

    Blair is a student of the game who has a very high basketball IQ. He understands spacing and moves well without the ball. He is an athletic player who is active on the glass. In addition, Blair can score in a variety of ways. - HoopGroup

    Blair Xu (Milton Academy, 2017)- The 6'3 guard made a lot of hustle plays. He talks on defense, got on the floor for loose balls, and was always in the right position on the help side. He is a long guard who attacks the rim, as well. - New England Recruiting Report (NERR)


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    Alex Cho ( 2018 G, La Jolla Country Day/ San Diego All Stars)

    Cho is a savvy scoring lead guard whose strength and quickness give him the ability to get his shot whenever he wanted in this setting. Whenever his team needed a big shot, it was Cho who delivered, hitting the 24-footer that was the dagger in Arizona State’s comeback. He is a gifted scorer from all three levels, including a lethal spot-up shot with deep range. Cho is also a capable defender whose quick feet and strength overpower smaller guards. Moving forward, it will be interesting to see if the 6-0 Cho will grow much more, as it appears he hasn’t grown in a couple of years, but as it stands, he is one of the top prospects in 2018 in San Diego. His performance in the Top 20 game sealed the victory for his Arizona team.

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    Michael Wang 6’9” Mater Dei (Santa Ana CA)
    Chinese native has the size and skill to be a factor on the offensive end. Consistency is the key. Top 30 selection at last September’s Pangos All-West Frosh/Soph Camp at Cerritos College (CA). - Full Court Press

    2018 Michael Wang (Mater Dei) is a 6-9ish 4-man who has savvy and skill beyond his years, but his motor needs to improve - Joel Francisco

    2018 SF/PF Michael Wang, Santa Ana Mater Dei: The one move that surmised Wang’s day was a running left-handed sky hook that hit nothing-but-net. The 6-foot-8 forward is gifted offensively. - Devin Ugland

    College Interests: Davidson, University of Colorado, Campbell University, American University

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    Jessiya is a pass first guard who is constantly looking to get the rest of his team involved. His activity on defense caused chaos for opposing offensive players. He has a great attitude on the court and understanding of the game.

    Jessiya has a very good basketball IQ and understanding of how to space out a defense. He is a strong ball handler who looks comfortable when the ball is in his hand. Doesn't get flustered by pressure and was always able to get off a clean pass - HoopGroup

    Villa is a heady, active pure point man who is effective in the half court and transition. He understands pace of play, when to push it and when to pass it, is an effective, under control penetrator and plays hard all of the time. He will need to get stronger and extend his shooting range. His level will depend on his growth in size and strength; that said, he is a definite D1 prospect. - DMV Elite

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    http://www.ultimaterecruit.com/757-b...onference-win/

    “Tremendous, don’t let them fool you. You see two Asian kids and you don’t believe that they can play, and they end up with 25 points. They’re amazing to coach, they work so hard, don’t miss a workout; they just love the game. I’m a lucky coach to have those two. They are going to lead me to a state championship”.

    The Wang brothers have definitely be the talk of the town majority of the season. With their hawk eye ability and defensive pressure, they are known all across the Hampton roads. If they weren’t known before, they definitely introduced themselves Monday afternoon.
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