2016 Intro: Chris Seeley

Team Superstar 16's Chris Seeley is moving up the list of top small forwards out west in 2016. Here's an intro to his game and recruitment.

A 2016 prospect on the West Coast being relatively lightly recruited now with the chance to end up on a lot of high major radars is 6-foot-7, 200-pound Corona (Calif.) Roosevelt small forward Chris Seeley.

After growing an inch or two over the last year, Seeley now has very good size, length and athleticism for his position. He can get to the basket in transition, rebounds very well for his position and also passes well.

If Seeley keeps improving at the same rate, he'll be a highly recruited kid.

"I feel like I've gotten better," Seeley said. "I'm getting to the basket and rebounding, being patient with the ball, I've improved my ball handling and my reaction to rebounds."

The motivation for Seeley's improvement is simple, he said.

"I want to be the best," said Seeley.

Seeley has an offer from Cal State Northridge with interest from Arizona State, Montana, Colorado State and Washington.

When Seeley picks up more offers, he'll get a little more serious with his recruitment.

"I'll be looking at the different programs and trying to find the best one," Seeley said.

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