2015 Rex Pflueger has had a huge May and June

2015 G Rex Pflueger has played great in the past month. Illustrating his deep range and leaping abilities in the Compton Magic Memorial Event, the Pangos AA Camp, and the Mater Dei Summer Varsity Tournament.

I've been able to watch 2015 G Rex Pflueger for the past three weekends in a row, and I have been impressed each time. First I saw him play with Compton Magic Select and fellow Aztec targets Sedrick Barefield and Cameron Walker in the Magic Memorial Event. There, Pflueger showed off his range and leaping ability, leading his team to the semifinals of the event.

The next week the 6'5 shooting guard was invited to the Pangos All-American Camp, one of the most prestigious camps in Southern California. There, Pflueger was teamed up with Cameron Walker, Ray Smith, and Josh Perkins. Pflueger once again showed of his high-flying skills with multiple 360 and off the backboard dunks. His play earned him a spot in the Top 60 game where he once again amazed the crowd with his three point range and impressive dunks.

Last year Pflueger was at JSerra Catholic HS where he averaged 11.4 points a game as a sophomore. But since then Pflueger has decided to transfer to well known athletic powerhouse Mater Dei to team up with Stanley Johnson and many other high profile players. Yesterday I watched Pflueger play with his new team, at the Mater Dei Summer Varsity Tourney. Pflueger was a perfect compliment to Johnson, hitting multiple deep 3's, as well as starting off the game with a steal and fast break dunk. He finished with about 14 or 16 points as well as 2 blocks. He looks to be Mater Dei's next star, and after Johnson graduates this upcoming year, the team will certainly be his to run.

Pflueger lists interested from most of the Pac12, the Mountain West, and the West Coast Conference, with USC being a slight favorite for him, where his brother Devon Pflueger is a walk on guard. Pflueger has also visited the San Diego State campus before, watching the Aztecs take on New Mexico in a sold out Viejas Arena. Certainly Rex Pflueger will soon have college coaches drooling over him, and with such high potential we will all look forward to his future play and development.

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