NorCal Super 100 Camp

Over 100 prospects came out for the Slam N Jam Super 100 in Northern California, including the top senior and junior point guards in the west, and a whole boat of sleepers to definitely watch...

The Slam N Jam Super 100 was held October 26-27 at the University of San Francisco. Over 100 players from throughout Northern California participated.

Leading the way was Ayinde Ubaka, 6-2 SR PG, Oakland (Calif.) High, who displayed a complete all-around game that will really please Cal fans for the next four years.

Other prominent seniors included: Keena Payton, 6-2 CG, Oakland (Calif.) Skyline; Harry Brown, 6-5 CF, Hercules High; Brandon Carpenter, 6-5 SF, Sacramento (Calif.) Jesuit; Luis Pulido, 6-1 PG, Oakland McClymonds; Mike Scott, 6-3 SF, Oakland Skyline; Warner West, 6-0 PG, Vallejo and Jerrick Owens-Murray, 6-6 CF, El Cerrito.

The winner of the all-competitor award Brandon Bush, 6-2 SR PG, Durham High, who displayed a unique element of toughness and a consistent ability to drive to the basket.

The sleeper of the senior class was Richard Nelson, 6-6 CF, Sacramento Encino. He is an outstanding athlete who scored in every way – outside shooting, driving, spotting up, in transition. He's a mid-major talent whose academics are questionable at this state.

Another senior sleeper is Angelo Tsagaracus, 6-3 SG, Petaluma Casa Grande (by way of France). He the shot the ball consistently well and with range, and displayed a competitive edge.

Other productive seniors of note:

Drew Sanchez, 6-3 PG, Salinas
Aaron Von Boechmann, 6-7 PF, Fairfield Armijo
Tyler Tiedeman, 6-5 SF, Santa Rosa Montgomery
Johnnie Bryant, 5-11 PG, Oakland Bishop O'Dowd


An outstanding group of underclassmen was led by Quentin Thomas, 6-2 JR PG, Oakland Tech. Easily the best junior point guard in the west, he excelled here in transition, displaying elite athleticism and skill level.

The sleeper of the junior class is Zachary Johnson, 6-9 PF/C, Sacramento Natomas. Pretty athletic around the basket and with a big body, he has a chance to be a high-major recruit.

Other prominent juniors:

Robert Sallie, 6-6 SF, Sacramento Valley
Michael Nunnally, 6-6 PF, Manteca East Union
David Ellis, 6-10 C, Sacramento Capital Christian
Tim Pierce, 6-6 SG/SF, Oakland Fremont
Cornell Littlejohn, 6-0 PG, Fairfield Vanden
Joe Gates, 6-8 PF/C, Arcata.

Some other juniors to mention:

Wayne Hunter, 6-2 PG, Sacramento Valley
Alex Harris, 6-2 CG, Alameda St. Joseph's
Khion Tate, 6-3 SF, Berkeley
Chris Scott, 6-3 SG/SF, Oakland Skyline
Sean Battinger, 6-2 SG, Elk Grove Laguna Creek
Andray Glenn, 6-6 PF, Modesto Christian
Devon Hardin, 6-9 PF/C, Newark Memorial


The sophomore class in Northern California looks to be very promising. Heading the list at this event was Dior Lowhorn, 6-5 PF, San Francisco Riordan; Chris Oaks, 6-7 C, Oakland Castlemont; Charles Prescott, 6-0 CG, Pittsburg; Trae Clark, 5-7 PG, Newark Memorial, and Kyle Spain, 6-5 SF, Newark Memorial. All of these players displayed high-major potential.

Other sophomores of note:

Justin Smith, 6-1 SG, Woodside
Diamond Simpson, 6-5 CF, Hayward
Justin Holmes, 6-3 SG, Oakland Fremont
Martin Flores, 6-5 SG, Woodland
Jessie Byrd, 6-5 PF, Oakland Bishop O'Dowd
Marcus Carson, 6-3 SG Richmond Salesian
Deweese Hughes, 6-4 SF, Hercules


Darius Logan, 6-0 CG, Sacramento Capital Christian
Jason Grigsby, 6-6 CF, Oakland Bishop O'Dowd
Eugene Crockett, 6-8 C, Sacramento West
Justin Joyner, 5-8 PG, Concord De La Salle

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