One of the West Coast's top shooters in 2017 is Jordan Schakel, a 6-foot-5, 180-pound shooting guard from Torrance (Calif.) Bishop Montgomery.
Scout's 96th ranked prospect in his class, Schakel is pleased with how his spring has gone playing AAU with Cal Supreme.
"My spring is going great, I feel like I've been playing better every session and game," Schakel said.
"I've been able to make the most of what I get. I'm playing with two seven-footers in Brandon (McCoy) and DeAndre (Ayton) so the ball is going to go inside a lot and I've been ready when it comes back out."
Cal: "For my class they need five players to come in right away so there would be a lot of playing time and responsibility. That's really intriguing."
San Diego State: "The coach has built a legacy there. They really develop their players and get them better. The atmosphere there is amazing."
USC: "It's really close to home and they're on the come up as a basketball program. It would be easy for all my friends and family to come see me play."
The four-star prospect doesn't expect a drawn out recruiting process.
"I'll probably make my decision in the fall," Schakel said.