Prospect: Miles Norris
High School Team: Chula Vista (Calif.) Mater Dei Catholic
Assessment: It's very early, but Norris profiles as a high-major talent. The biggest numbers that stand out: He's 6-foot-7, and just 160 pounds, but only has just started lifting weights. His size-15 feet, though mean he'll grow to 6-foot-9 or 6-foot-10. Norris already plays like a big wing, with very good touch, superior instincts and a basketball IQ that's through the roof. He made smart, accurate passes where the receiving player needed them to be, he anticipated plays and ran the floor well. With that size, and added muscle as he matures, he's going to be a very tough player to defend. Speaking of defense, Norris uses his length well already, and closes out on shooters at the perimeter. Certainly, he's one to watch, and, Norris said, California has become the first school to get in the mix.
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