One of the top point guards on the West Coast in 2019 is Jaelen House.
The 5-foot-11, 145-pound four-star prospect from Phoenix Shadow Mountain has decent size, a strong handle, can create his own shot or use his handle and vision to get open looks for teammates.
“I’m getting better; I’m playing better on offense and defense,” House said. “I think my athleticism is coming along. I’ve really matured playing without all the seniors from last year; I’ve had to step up and play how they did.”
The son of former NBA player Eddie House and nephew of former NBA player Mike Bibby, Jaelen has bloodlines in his favor and schools are taking notice early.
Given the fact that Jaelen’s father played for the Sun Devils, it’s a school he’s plenty familiar with.
“Arizona State is pretty solid this year,” he said. “I’ve been by a couple times.”
One program which House hopes to hear from is Washington.
It’s early in House’s recruiting process and he’s more concerned about his game than anything else right now.
“I’m just waiting right now,” said House.