FOUR & MORE: Inland Area SGs


1. Jared McCain, Jr., Corona Centennial Appears to be an even better prospect than his backcourt teammate, and is currently rated higher than even Bronny James. Current verbal commitment is to Duke.

2. Chance Stephens, Sr., Riverside Poly – Wants the chance to play against bigger and better competition, and to separate his legacy from the other great guards in Poly’s past.

3. Rodney Brown, Jr., Temecula Rancho Christian The best player on what might be one of the Inland Area’s best teams (again) this season.

4. Curtis Williams, Jr., Etiwanda Offers Eagles a chance at another deep playoff run, but his length (6-foot-6) speaks to a bigger future.

Troy Barbarin, Sr., Riverside Arlington – Led all CIF-Southern Section junior SGs in scoring (18.2) last year.
Jaitice Hayes, Jr., Moreno Valley –
Led all CIF-SS sophomore SGs in scoring (19.0) in 15 games last season.
Mike McNair, Jr., Temecula Linfield Christian –
Consistent 20 points per game scorer has new teammate.
Lewis Singleterry, Sr., Murrieta Mesa – Might be the Rams’ all-time best player by end of the season.

Keishmar Charles, Jr., San Bernardino Aquinas
Christopher Cooper, Soph., Beaumont
Zemetrius Cotton, Jr., Murrieta Valley
Aaron Harris, Jr., Chino
Mitchell Hendrickson, Sr., Yucaipa
Elijah Hester, Sr., Redlands
B.J. Knight, Jr., MoVal Valley View
Sebastian Lopez, Jr., Riverside Ramona
Jeremiah Martinez, Jr., Riverside Hillcrest
Deisyn Payne, Fr., Grand Terrace
Jermaine Rogers II, Sr., Chino Hills Ayala
Damian Ruiz, Sr., Linfield Christian


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