Final Rankings: Class of 2002

The final rankings for the class of 2002, including stars such as Hassan Adams, Evan Burns, Chris Rodgers and more...


Chris Rodgers retains his position as the #1 point guard among the west coast senior class, without anyone really coming close to competing with him for the title. Rodgers is still gifted enough to play either guard position in college, but we think his mentality and skills make him a potentially dominating point guard. He'll be a big-time player at Arizona. C.J. Watson had a terrific summer last year, which catapulted him on to the scene. He's looked excellent so far during his senior season, and Tennessee is very thankful they stole him from the west. Ashanti Cook takes a sizeable jump to #3 on the list. While he's still just getting the sense of how good he is, he has so much potential he deserves the accolades, and New Mexico will benefit from it all. Cal commit, Richard Midgley, hasn't played a high school basketball game this year due to his ineligibility, but going on how good he was last summer still gets him the #4 ranking. Armando Surratt, a past #1 point guard in this class, is still vastly talented, but hasn't refined his game as much as you'd like to see since last summer. Two uncommitted prospects, Keion Kindred and Jovance Coleman, come in at #6 and #7 – making Kindred one of the highest ranked players on the west coast that looks to qualify academically still left uncommitted.

(Click on the names to jump to each of the prospects database profiles).

1) Chris Rodgers, 6-3, Portland (Ore.) Wilson
2) C.J. Watson, 6-1, Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman
3) Ashanti Cook, 6-1, Los Angeles (Calif.) Westchester
4) Richard Midgley, 6-1, Modesto (Calif.) Modesto Christian
5) Armando Surratt, 5-9, Oakland (Calif.) Tech
6) Keion Kindred, 6-2, Compton (Calif.) Dominguez
7) Jovance Coleman, 6-1, Fresno (Calif.) Washington Union
8) Travis Smith, 6-2, Rancho Santa Margarita (Calif.) Santa Margarita
9) Nate Robinson, 5-9, Seattle (Wash.) Rainer Beach
10) Frank Brown, 6-0, Las Vegas (Nev.) Durango
11) Tim Drisdom, 6-2, Downey (Calif.) Cavalry Chapel
12) Rashaun Broadus, 5-11, Milani (Hawaii) High
13) Eugene "Pooh" Jeter, 5-8, Gardena (Calif.) Serra
14) Patrick Haddan, 6-1, Irvine (Calif.) Woodbridge
15) Danny Pariseau, 5-11, Spokane (Wash.) Shadle Park
16) Carlos Rivers, 5-10, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly
17) Fernando Sampson, 6-1, Los Angeles (Calif.) Fairfax
18) Jamal Hall, 6-1, Pasadena (Calif.) Muir
19) DeShaun Freeman, 5-10, Berkeley (Calif.) St. Mary's
20) J.R. Reese, 6-3, Corona (Calif.) Centennial

Other Senior Point Guards of Note:

Justin Bell, 5-10, Escondido (Calif.) High
D.J. Smedley, 5-9, San Francisco (Calif.) Lincoln
Terrell Powell, 6-0, Los Angeles (Calif.) Fremont
Michael Washington, 5-10, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly
Lauren Brown, 6-0, Los Angeles (Calif.) Locke
Terrence Hundley, 5-11, Alta Loma (Calif.) High
Keith Ellison, 6-2, Redondo Beach (Calif.) Redondo Union
Jason McKinney, 5-9, Inglewood (Calif.) High
Terrence Hundley, 5-11 Alta Loma (Calif.) High
John Sharper, 5-11, Berkeley (Calif.) St. Mary's
Curtis Lincoln, 5-10, Portland (Ore.) Jefferson
Shawn Moore, 5-10, Tucson (Ariz.) Santa Rita
Derrick Clark, 6-0, Los Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw
Douglas Ealy, 5-10, Pasadena (Calif.) Blair
Alex Swerzbin, 6-0, Clakamas (Ore.) High
Jon Hildebrandt, 5-10, Dayton (Ore.) High
Chris Stephens, 6-2, Portland (Ore.) Madison
D'Shon Cannon, 5-10, Phoenix (Ariz.) Carl Hayden
Zach Latimer, 6-2, Aurora (Col.) Gateway
Hakim Gilliard, 5-8, Mountain View (Calif.) St. Francis
Harry Ramirez, 5-11, Yuma (Ariz.) High
Dominic Dixon 5-10, Seattle (Wash.) O'Dea
David Gale, 6-0, Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Buckley
Rommel Marentez, 5-9, San Diego (Calif.) St. Augustine
Aaron Gipson, 5-9, Etiwanda (Calif.) High
Asher Kupperman, 5-11, Santa Barbara (Calif.) San Marcos
Chris Tarne, 6-1, Crescenta Valley (Calif.) High
Logan Garvin, 6-1, Philomath (Ore.) High
Jason Taylor, 5-11, Anaheim (Calif.) Canyon
Evan Cohn, 6-0, Issaquah (Wash.) High
Carlton Weatherby, 5-10, Tacoma (Wash.) Curtis
Will Sheslow, 5-11, Granada Hills (Calif.) High
Joe Calderon, 5-9, San Jose (Calif.) Valley Christian
Adam Watts, 5-10, Salt Lake City (Utah) Cottonwood
Ricky Williams 5-10, Hayward (Calif.) High
Tavio Hobson 6-0, Seattle (Wash.) Prep
Joel Worcester, 5-10, Eugene (Ore.) Churchill
Carl McCullough, 6-0, Oceanside (Calif.) El Camino
Cole Price, 5-11, Lynden (Wash.) High
Ryan Webb 6-0, Mountlake Terrace (Wash.) High
Paul Mohr, 6-0, Tempe (Ariz.) Marcos De Niza
Greg Nelson, 5-11, Carlsbad (Calif.) High
Michael Stitt 5-9, Bremerton (Wash.) High
Grayson Tenny, 6-0, Bend (Ore.) Mountain View
Mike Butefuhr, 5-11, Bainbridge (Wash.) High
Evan Kirkpatrick 5-9, Mark Morris (Wash.) Longview
Marvin Carraway, 6-2, Fresno (Calif.) Washington Union
Tony Binetti, 5-10, Enumclaw (Wash.) High
Allan Ellis, 6-1, Encino (Calif.) Crespi


The top of the shooting guard rankings stay the same, with Hassan Adams maintaining a firm hold on the number one spot. Jayson Obazuaye moves up a few spots after a terrific performance in the Las Vegas Holiday Prep Classic. Antonio Lawrence makes his first appearance in our rankings since moving to the West Coast. Some readers may be suprised that he's not higher, given the national hype, but we feel he has a ways to go in his development and understanding of the game. He's a terrific athlete with a considerable upside but, taking everything into consideration, we don't see him as a better prospect than those who are ranked ahead of him.

1) Hassan Adams, 6-4 Los Angeles (Calif.) Westchester
2) Brandon Heath, 6-2 Los Angeles (Calif.) Westchester
3) Josh Davis, 6-5 Sacramento (Calif.) Elk Grove
4) Brandon Lincoln, 6-3 Portland (Ore.) Jefferson
5) Derek Stockalper, 6-4 Carlsbad (Calif.) High
6) Jordan Kent, 6-4 Eugene (Ore.) Churchill
7) Richard Chaney, 6-4 Los Angeles (Calif.) Verbum Dei
8) Jayson Obazuaye, 6-3 San Jose (Calif.) Andrew Hill
9) Antonio Lawrence, 6-4 Fresno (Calif.) San Joaquin Memorial
10) Marcelus Kemp, 6-3 Seattle (Wash.) Garfield
11) Bryson Krueger, 6-4 Phoenix (Ariz.) Mt. Pointe
12) John Haywood, 6-4 La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat
13) Michael Hubbard, 6-3 Bellflower (Calif.) High
14) Donovan Morris, 6-3 Cajon (Calif.) High
15) Lenny Collins, 6-3 Rancho Santa Margarita (Calif.) Santa Margarita
16) Brandon Rohe, 6-3 Rancho Santa Margarita (Calif.) Santa Margarita
17) Jeremy Haggerty, 6-4 Canyon Country (Calif.) Canyon
18) Anthony Grant, 6-4 Seattle (Wash.) Franklin
19) Brandon Worthy, 6-2 San Jose (Calif.) Oak Grove
20) Nick Hammer, 6-5 St. George (Utah) Snow Canyon

Other Senior Shooting Guards of Note:

Chase Griffin, 6-2 Redmond (Wash.) Eastlake
Steve Cotton, 6-2 San Jose (Calif.) Valley Christian
Franklin Robinson, 6-2 Sylmar (Calif.) High
Derron Putnum, 6-3 Anaheim (Calif.) Canyon
Giovanni St. Amant, 6-2 Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco
Pete DeCasas, 6-2, Mission Viejo (Calif.) Capistrano Valley
Duke Biggers, 6-1 Mercer Island (Wash.) High
Dan Nwaelele, 6-4 Kenmoor (Wash.) Inglemoor
Joe Heaton, 6-3 Reno (Nev.) Galena
Travis Bunker, 6-3 Beaver (Utah) High
Kevin Tempest, 6-3 Mercer Island (Wash.) High
Kendrick Holley, 6-4 Steilacom (Wash.) High
Raymond Butler, 6-2 Seattle (Wash.) Ballard
Benas Veikalas, 6-3 San Diego (Calif.) Horizon
Joseph Abrahams, 6-3 Santa Monica (Calif.) Crossroads
Khalid Jones, 6-2 Inglewood (Calif.) Morningside
Matt McCraw, 6-1 Lakewood (Calif.) Mayfair
Johnny Wheeler, 6-4 Las Vegas (Nev.) Cheyenne
Geoffrey Clayton, 6-3 Los Angeles (Calif.) Fremont
Jack Daniels, 6-3, Mesa (Ariz.) Dobson
Matt Sweany, 6-2 Mission Viejo (Calif.) Capistrano Valley
Dino Wilburn, 6-2 Pasadena (Calif.) High
Kevin Stacey, 6-2 Mission Viejo (Calif.) High
Bryan Erickson, 6-3 Salt Lake City (Utah) Granger
Gavin Lee, 6-3 Torrance (Calif.) Bishop Montgomery
Caleb Frazier, 6-3 Seattle (Wash.) Prep
Aaron White, 6-3 Seattle (Wash.) Franklin
Jake Franzen, 6-3 Mission Viejo (Calif.) Capistrano Valley
Victor Makinde, 6-2 Phoenix (Ariz.) Paradise Valley
Ryan Johnson, 6-4 Palos Verdes (Calif.) Peninsula
Leon Rosborough, 6-3 Moreno Valley (Calif.) Canyon Springs
Chris Ingrim, 6-2 Avondale (Ariz.) Westview
Danny Robertson, 6-3 Provo (Utah) High
Daniel Lovato, 6-2 Albuquerque (New Mexico) St. Pius
Junior Woods, 6-3 Oceanside (Calif.) El Camino
Sam Kelly, 6-3 South Salem (Ore.) High
Stephen Graybill, 6-2, Goleta (Calif.) Dos Pueblos
Greg Ricker, 6-2 Seattle (Wash.) Prep
Brant Minor, 6-2 Grants Pass (Ore.) High
Rummel Clark, 6-3 Cajon (Calif.) High
Nick Porter, 6-2 Las Vegas (Nev.) Desert Pines
Johnnie Bryant, 6-2 Oakland (Calif.) Bishop O'Dowd
Willie Polk, 6-3 Phoenix (Ariz.) Deer Valley
Quinone Williams, 6-1 Seattle (Wash.) Franklin
Marvin Lea, 6-2 Riverside (Calif.) Poly
Matt Englund, 6-2, Federay Way (Wash.) Thomas Jefferson
Bobby Cole, 6-3 Modesto (Calif.) Modesto Christian
Jonathan Crudup, 6-2 Seattle (Wash.) Cleveland
Ezra Kiedrowski, 6-1 Lodi (Calif.) High
Ahnel Butler, 6-2 Seattle (Wash.) Ballard
Mike Dresser 6-2 Orangevale (Calif.) Casa Roble
Tim Jones, 6-1 Glendale (Ariz.) Ironwood
Chris Robinson, 6-3 La Jolla (Calif.) Country Day
Robbie Neyland, 6-4 La Canada (Calif) High


While Evan Burns is still the #1 small forward in the west coast, his lead is narrowing. While Burns is incredibly talented, and far more than anyone else on this list, there is some cracks in the armor. There is now, after a few years of watching Burns play, a question of whether he will bring the intensity, drive and determination to live up to his potential on the next level. With how talented he is, it would be a glorious thing to see the potential actually come to fruition. In the meantime, Brandon Roy is getting better and better up in the Northwest, and does have intensity and consistency. Marquis Kately is in the upper echelon of athletes, not only on the west coast, but in the country. Josh Rhodes would have a chance to be at the top of this list if he could bring it every time he's on the court. Justin Holt is probably a combo forward, and could very likely end up playing more on the baseline at Oregon State. But he has good perimeter skills and quickness and be very versatile on the next level.

1) Evan Burns, 6-7 Los Angeles (Calif.) Fairfax
2) Brandon Roy, 6-5, Seattle (Wash.) Garfield
3) Marquis Kately, 6-5 San Francisco (Calif.) Riordan
4) Josh Rhodes, 6-6 Santa Cruz (Calif.) High
5) Justin Holt, 6-6 Tacoma (Wash.) Lincoln
6) Serge Angounou, 6-5, Albuquerque (New Mexico) Rio Grande
7) Johnny Dukes, 6-7, Rialto (Calif.) Eisenhower
8) Brandon Bowman, 6-6 Los Angeles (Calif.) Westchester
9) Marc Pratt, 6-5 Modesto (Calif.) Modesto Christian
10) Bobby Jones, 6-6 Compton (Calif.) Dominguez
11) Reggie Butler, 6-5 Long Beach (Calif.) Poly
12) Bryant Markson, 6-6 Monrovia (Calif.) High
13) Michael Efevberha, 6-4 Pomona (Calif.) Ganesha
14) Joel Smith, 6-5 Lompoc (Calif.) High
15) Dante Sawyer, 6-5 San Francisco (Calif.) McAteer
16) Cody Horning, 6-7 Longmont (Col.) High
17) Jordan Rush, 6-5 Santa Monica (Calif.) Crossroads
18) Julius Keeler, 6-5, Escondido (Calif.) High
19) Pablo Dresie, 6-4 Santa Monica (Calif.) High
20) Nate Carter, 6-6 San Diego (Calif.) Horizon

Other Senior Small Forwards of Note:

Shaddean Aaron, 6-5 Claremont (Calif.) High
Louis Darby, 6-4 Sylmar (Calif.) High
Mike Strawberry, 6-4, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
Steve Panawek, 6-5 Orinda (Calif.) Miramonte
Keith Everage, 6-5 Los Angeles (Calif.) Westchester
Anthony Fuller, 6-4, Albuquerque (New Mexico) Manzano
Nick Debban, 6-5 Clovis (Calif.) High
McCade Olsen, 6-6, Riverton (Utah) High
Matt Alleman 6-5 Elko (Nev.) High
Jasha Blunt, 6-4 Los Angeles (Calif.) Fairfax
Tye-Juan Hatter, 6-7 Upland (Calif.) High
Tay Matthews, 6-5 Las Vegas (Nev.) Western
John Wagner, 6-6 Lakewood (Calif.) High
Donald Wilson, 6-3 Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey
Justin Glover, 6-5 Portland (Ore.) Grant
Marcus Steele, 6-5, Stanwood (Wash.) High
Kyle Hunt, 6-7 Gilbert (Ariz.) High
Aquil Hall-Bey, 6-4 San Jose (Calif.) Oak
Sterling Burns, 6-4 Compton (Calif.) Centennial
Scott Dougherty, 6-5 Portland (Ore.) Jesuit
Dominic Freeman, 6-4 Long Beach (Calif.) Millikan
Tony Mellum, Newport Beach (Calif.) Newport Harbor
Tyler Hayes, 6-5 Bend (Ore.) High
Brad Ruffner, 6-6 Provo (Utah) Timpview
Anthony Williams, 6-5 San Jose (Calif.) Oak Grove
Ryan O'Hara, 6-6 Monrovia (Calif.) High
Brandon Knott, 6-4 Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman
Kevin Edmunds, 6-7 Fountain Valley (Calif.) High
Mark Bunker, Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chapparal
Mark Palmer, 6-4 Granite Bay (Calif.) High
Levi Luster, 6-6 Glendale (Ariz.) Deer Valley
Jeff McDaniel, 6-5 Lodi (Calif.) Tokay
Steve Trotter, 6-7, Longview (Wash.) Mark Morris
Odell Howard, 6-4 Pomona (Calif.) High
Sean Sosnovec, 6-4 Portland (Ore.) Lincoln
Trumain Ross, 6-5 Las Vegas (Nev.) Green Valley
Ronovan Lee, 6-4 Sacramento (Calif.) McClatchy
Rickie Mhoon 6-3 San Jose (Calif) Piedmont Hills
Ryan Rostvold, 6-6, Yakima (Wash.) West Valley
Ryan Rourke, 6-7, Bothell (Wash.) High
J.D. Hill, 6-5 Lebanon (Ore.) East Linn Christian
Chris Dunne, 6-6 Hobbs (New Mexico) High
Maurice Miller, 6-5 Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon
Drew Dukeshire, 6-4 Portland (Ore.) Benson Tech
Joktan Roberts, 6-4 San Diego (Calif.) Horizon
Brent Weisner, 6-4 Spokane (Wash.) Shadle Park


In our updated rankings, we've decided to move D'Angelo Collins to the power forwards. Collins may never play college basketball but, if he does, he probably projects as a four man. David Paris climbs from the #4 slot up to #2. Paris has improved dramatically since the summer and looks like a different player, as he's trimmed down and become much quicker.

1) D'Angelo Collins, 6-9 Inglewood (Calif.) High
2) David Paris, 6-8 Modesto (Calif.) Modesto Christian
3) Sean Mallon, 6-8 Spokane (Wash.) Ferris
4) David Chiotti, 6-8 Mountain View (Calif.) St. Francis
5) Matt McKinney, 6-7 Santa Ynez (Calif.) High
6) Adam Zahn, 6-7 Redondo Beach (Calif.) Redondo Union
7) Marcedes Lewis, 6-7 Long Beach (Calif.) Poly
8) John Tofi, 6-7 San Francisco (Calif.) Burton
9) Glen Turner, 6-8 Campbell (Calif.) Overfelt
10) Derek Quinnett, 6-8 San Jose (Calif.) Santa Teresa
11) Travis Niesen, 6-7 Mission Viejo (Calif.) High
12) David Patten, 6-7 Placentia (Calif.) El Dorado
13) Onye Ibekwe, 6-6 Los Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw
14) Supo Jegede, 6-7 Aurora (Col.) Smoky Hill
15) Brice Prather, 6-7 Villa Park (Calif.) High
16) Joe Newton, 6-8 Roseburg (Ore.) High
17) Mike Chavez, 6-7 Butte (Mont.) Hart Butte
18) Terrance Jones, 6-6 Los Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw
19) Ben Sullivan, 6-7 Beaverton (Ore.) High
20) Cory McJimson, 6-6 Rialto (Calif.) Eisenhower

Senior Power Forwards of Note:

Lance Soderberg, 6-8 Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
Seth Davis, 6-7 Pasadena (Calif.) Muir
Ryan Meilleur, 6-8 Lakewood (Calif.) Artesia
Kevin Gardner, 6-8 Palos Verdes (Calif.) Peninsula
Daniel Steadman, 6-6 San Diego (Calif.) San Diego
Martrel Johnson, 6-4 Las Vegas (Nev.) Durango
Marshall Hartman, 6-6 Beaverton (Ore.) Westview
Darius Sanders, 6-4, Compton (Calif.) Dominguez
Jamaal Walls, 6-7 Los Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw
Brian Freeny, 6-8 Mesquite (Ariz.) High
Rekalin Sims, 6-8 Concord (Calif.) De La Salle
Shea Washington, 6-7 Springfield (Ore.) Thurston
Grant Assink, 6-8 Lynden (Wash.) High
Ron Allen, 6-8 Lakewood (Calif.) Artesia
Cody Boyd, 6-7 Ferndale (Wash.) High
Chris Perry, 6-9 Layton (Utah) High
Soulemane Tmoare, 6-8 San Luis Obispo (Calif.) Mission Prep
Derek Wabington, 6-8 Phoenix (Ariz.) Washington
Wayne Chamberlain, 6-6 Los Angeles (Calif.) Washington
Yusuf Ahmed, 6-6, Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe
Chad Carter, 6-7 Riverside (Calif.) Arlington
Daaron Brown, 6-8 Los Angeles (Calif.) Fremont
Bill Feeney, 6-9 Louisville (Col.) Monarch
Mike Roche, 6-6 Long Beach (Calif.) Poly
Blair Becker, 6-6 Mercer Island (Wash.) High
Andrew Bruckner, 6-9, Valencia (Calif.) High
Marco Bozovic, 6-7, Van Nuys (Calif.) Montclair Prep
Shamar Shire, 6-7 San Diego (Calif.) High
Gary Hamilton, 6-8 Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey
Deon Marcus, 6-7 Lynwood (Calif.) High
Kevin Cornwell, 6-7 Agoura (Calif.) Agoura Hills
Jeremy Atwater, 6-4 Las Vegas (Nev.) High
Mark Schmidt, 6-8 Rocklin (Calif.) High
Tom Magnuson, 6-7 Tigard (Ore.) High
Hunter Richards, 6-7 Castle Rock (Col.) Douglas County
Austin Cunningham, 6-8 Laguna Creek (Calif) Elk Grove
Hayden Watkins, 6-8 Salinas (Calif.) Palma
Matt Traverso 6-6 Sacramento (Calif.) Christian Brothers
Daniel Logan, 6-7 San Jose (Calif.) St. Elizabeth
Giovanni Olomo, 6-7 Albuquerque (New Mexico) Rio Grande
Jon Todd, 6-8 West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade
George Kirby, 6-7 Phoenix (Ariz.) North
Adam Grimes 6-9 Farmington (New Mexico) High
Loren Howard, 6-6 Scottsdale (Ariz.) Saguaro
Evan Patak, 6-7 Pleasanton (Calif.) Foothill
James Noel, 6-6 Modesto (Calif.) Christian
Tyler James, 6-7 Denver (Col.) Manual
Kenrick Bukle, 6-7 Moreno Valley (Calif.) High


With Collins moving to power forward, Matt Haryasz is now the #1 ranked center prospect. Ryan Hollins isn't far behind at #2, as he continues to improve at a rapid rate. Rodrique Benson has rocketed up the rankings, going from a player of note to the #3 spot. Benson looked like a potential low to mid major in the summer, but he has also made incredible progress and high majors are now showing serious interest.

1) Matt Haryasz, 6-9, Page (Ariz.) High
2) Ryan Hollins, 6-10, Pasadena (Calif.) Muir
3) Rodrique Benson, 6-8 Torrey Pines (Calif.) High
4) Chris Ayer, 6-10, Tucson (Ariz.) Flowing Wells
5) Moulaye Niang, 6-10, El Cajon (Calif.) Christian
6) Steven Cobbley, 6-10 Pocatello (Ida.) Highland
7) Thomas Shewmake, 6-9 Cathedral City (Calif.) High
8) Kevin Field, 6-10 Tacoma (Wash.) Wilson
9) Maurier Angui, 6-11 Phoenix (Ariz.) Washington
10) Brian Hutt, 6-9 Wheat Ridge (Col.) High
11) Erik Fiegi, 6-9 Medford (Ore.) South Medford
12) J.R. Moore, 6-8 Portland (Ore.) Benson Tech
13) Paul Meynen, 6-10 Redondo Beach (Calif.) Redondo Union
14) Chris Botez, 6-9 Portland (Ore.) Madison
15) Kelly Orchard, 6-9 Bountiful (Utah) High

Senior Centers of Note:

Paul Butorac, 6-9 Medical Lake (Wash.) High
Sebastian Anderle, 6-11 Van Nuys (Calif.) Montclair Prep
Curtis Battles, 6-9, Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey
Jim McDonald, 6-11 Denver (Col.) Regis
Dustin Berger, 7-0 Clear Lake (Calif.) High
Blaise Louh, 6-9 Van Nuys (Calif.) Montclair Prep
Matt Salinas, 6-8 La Habra (Calif.) Sonora
Joe Oakes, 6-8 Port Angeles (Wash.) High
Steve Groath, 7-0 Pleasanton (Calif.) Amador
Chris Holm, 6-19, Henderson (Nev.) Green Valley
Corey Tyler 6-8, Henderson (Nev.) Silverado
Anthony Washington 6-9, Las Vegas (Nev.) Eldorado
Ryan Schwartz, 6-6 Denver (Col.) Kennedy

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