Final 2004 West Rankings

It's the final rankings for the west coast high school class of 2004, which includes UCLA's four signed incoming freshmen, <b>Jordan Farmar</b>, <b>Arron Afflalo</b>, <b>Josh Shipp</b>, and <b>Lorenzo Mata</b>...


The point guard position is very strong in the 2004 class, with several high major prospects at the top of the rankings. Thomas gets a slight edge for the top spot due to his upside. He has a rare combination of tools, with great quickness, length and skills. With coaching, and a couple years of development, we believe Thomas will be among the elite players in college basketball. Farmar has a very complete game at a young age. He can score in a variety of ways, but he's also a great distributor and floor general. He led his team to the L.A. City championship and demonstrated that he's among the elite point guards in the country. Like Thomas, Pruitt is another player who oozes upside. Pruitt has seen his athleticism improve dramatically in the last year and he could still be maturing physically. While he has the ability to score from anywhere on the floor, Pruitt also shows great instincts and finds teammates consistently for open looks. Because of his size and scoring ability, Pruitt may also spend some time at shooting guard in college.  Kellogg is another player who might play either guard spot. In terms of pure talent and athleticism, he's right there with any guard in the west. He'll need to refine his game to play the point, but he has tremendous potential. Littlejohn is also still learning to play the one, but his quickness and scoring ability make him a very intriguing prospect.

1) Quentin Thomas, 6-3, Oakland (Calif.) Oakland Tech
2) Jordan Farmar, 6-1, Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft
3) Gabriel Pruitt, 6-3, Los Angeles (Calif.) Westchester
4) Antonio Kellogg, 6-1, Oakland (Calif.) McClymonds
5) Cornell Littlejohn, 6-0, Fairfield (Calif.) Vanden
6) Derrick Low, 6-0, Honolulu (Hawaii) Iolani
7) Ceylon Taylor, 6-1, San Jose (Calif.) Pioneer
8) Ramone Wellington, 6-2, Vallejo (Calif.) Bethel
9) Chad Troyer, 6-3 Seattle (Wash.) Seattle Prep
10) Derek Wright, 5-10, Compton (Calif.) Dominguez
11) Rico Tucker, 5-11, San Diego (Calif.) University
12) Brody Angley, 5-11, Redding (Calif.) Enterprise
13) Jermaine Calvin, 5-9, Tempe (Ariz.) McClintock
14) Jeremiah Dominguez, 5-7, Salem (Ore.) South Salem
15) James Loe, 5-9, Hillsboro (Ore.) High

Other Point Guards Of Note:

Nick Livi, 5-11, Sammamish (Wash.) Eastlake
Marcus Everett, 6-1, West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade
Garrett McKinstry, 6-1 Kingston (Wash.) North Kitsap
Patrick Mitchell, 6-0, El Cerrito (Calif.) High
Darren Morrison, 6-0, Los Angeles (Calif.) Price
Vincent Oliver, 6-2, Los Angeles (Calif.) Loyola
Taylor Rochestie, 6-0, Santa Barbara (Calif.) High
Taylor Christensen, 5-11 Bountiful (Utah) High
Jason Murdock, 5-11, Compton (Calif.) Dominguez
Derek Lee, 5-11 Bakersfield (Calif.) High
Tyler Smith, 6-1 Rancho Santa Margarita (Calif.) Santa Margarita
Darius Joseph, 6-2, Tacoma (Wash.) Wilson
Mike Pagan, 5-9, Los Angeles (Calif.) Verbum Dei
Lamar Hunt, 6-0, San Jose (Calif.) Valley Christian
Stanley Copeland, 5-10, Las Vegas (Nev.) High
Nik Raivio, 6-0, Vancouver (Wash.) Mountain View
Marques Washington, 5-9, Carson (Calif.) High
Jason Daley, 5-10, Palos Verdes (Calif.) Rolling Hills Prep
Ryan Holmes, 6-0, Phoenix (Ariz.) Millenium
Anthony Palmer, 5-9, San Diego (Calif.) High
Josh Cottle, 6-0, Heber City (Utah) Wasatch
Eric Bell, 6-2, Selah (Wash.) High
Jon Ricks, 5-10 Lakewood (Calif.) Artesia
Christopher Stanko, 5-10, Reno (Nev.) High
Arthur Drumwright, 6-0, Etiwanda (Calif.) High
Justin Argenal, 6-0, Concord (Calif.) De La Salle
Darren Stafford, 5-11, Phoenix (Ariz.) North
Amos Carter, 5-11, Vallejo (Calif.) High
Stas Chomokas, 5-10, Gilbert (Ariz.) High
Weleh Dennis, 5-10, Carmichael (Calif.) Jesuit
Brandt Bangs, 5-10, Santa Ana (Calif.) Foothill
Timmy Crowell, 6-1, Albuquerque (New Mexico) Sandia
Donnie Harrison, 6-0, Portland (Ore.) Grant
Bowie Jeffs, 6-0, Castle Dale (Utah) Emery
Josh Jenkins, 5-11, Albuquerque (New Mexico) Valley
Marques Benjamin, 5-10, San Jose (Calif.) Lincoln
Kyle Johnson, 5-11, Carmichael (Calif.) Jesuit
Jeff Wayman, 6-2, Hoquiam (Wash.) High
Maurice Johnson, 6-0, Fullerton (Calif.) Troy
Kyle Lewis, 5-8, Victorville (Calif.) Silverado
Joey Pariseau, 6-0, Spokane (Wash.) Shadle Park
Kenneth Maye, 5-10, San Diego (Calif.) Hoover
Matt Pinegar, 6-0, Provo (Utah) Timpview
Tim Denson, 6-0, Corona (Calif.) Santiago
Frank Frasier, 5-11, Chino Hills (Calif.) Ayala
Jude Roybal, 5-11, Albuquerque (New Mexico) Cibola
Baree Ward, 5-10, Tacoma (Wash.) Mt. Tahoma
Josh Lostlen, 5-11, Bellevue (Wash.) Newport
Keon Taylor, 5-10, San Pedro (Calif.) High
Giovanni Woods, 6-2, Lacey (Wash.) River Ridge
Jamal Bell, 6-0, Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey
Delvaughn Livingston-Tinned, 6-0, Mukilteo (Wash.) Mariner
Ryan Howard, 5-8, Torrance (Calif.) Bishop Montgomery
Marvin Mills, 6-0, Los Angeles (Calif.) King Drew
Tywain McTyer, 5-11, Las Vegas (Nev.) Durango
Jeff Burns, 6-0, Renton (Wash.) High
Colby Vranes, 5-11 Taylorsville (Utah) High


The shooting guard position is strong at the top, with a number of high major prospects. Cummard wasn't seen by many people, as he played on a fairly low-profile team, but he's the best all-around prospect at the position. He's got the whole package in terms of skills, but he also plays with great intensity and competitiveness. Cummard led his team to the Arizona state championship. Add to that the fact that he's as athletic as anyone in the group and you have a clear-cut choice for the top player at the position. After Cummard, Afflalo has the most well-rounded game of any player in the group. He can shoot the three, but also post up inside. He's a good passer and handles the ball very well. With his size and strength, he'll also probably be able to defend a two or three. Afflalo also led his team to a state championshp. Taylor is probably the best shooter at the position. He's improved his ability to shoot off the bounce and he's got excellent range. He's also more explosive off the floor than you'd think. Nelson competes as well as anyone at the position and he's very strong. He's got the ability to put up points in a hurry. Stuckey had a terrific senior year, leading his team to a championship. He's the best defender among the shooting guards and he's a terrific athlete. With a more consistent jump shot, he has a chance to be one of the real surprises from this class.

1) Lee Cummard, 6-6, Mesa (Ariz.) High
2) Arron Afflalo, 6-5, Compton (Calif.) Centennial
3) Bryce Taylor, 6-4, North Hollywood (Calif.) Harvard-Westlake
4) DeMarcus Nelson, 6-2, Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon
5) Rodney Stuckey, 6-3, Covington (Wash.) Kentwood
6) Josh Shipp, 6-5, Los Angeles (Calif.) Fairfax
7) Harvey Perry, 6-5, North Las Vegas (Nev.) Cheyenne
8) DeAndre Robinson, 6-4, Riverside (Calif.) Riverside King
9) Dwight O'Neil, 6-2, Fresno (Calif.) Washington Union
10) Alex Harris, 6-3, Alameda (Calif.) St. Joseph's Notre Dame
11) Houston Power, 6-4, Las Vegas (Nev.) Durango
12) Curtis Allen, 6-4, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly
13) Sean Ogirri, 6-1, Denver (Col.) East
14) Eric Flato, 6-0, Piedmont (Calif.) High
15) Lyndale Burleson, 6-3, Seattle (Wash.) Franklin

Other Shooting Guards Of Note:

Michael Knight, 6-3, Seattle (Wash.) Seattle Prep
Matt Thomas, 6-3, Riverside (Calif.) M.L. King
James Hughes, 6-3, Corona (Calif.) Centennial
Josh Akongnon, 6-0, Petaluma (Calif.) Casa Grande
Greg Okwudibonye, 6-3 Huntington Beach (Calif.) Ocean View
Jose Sanchez, 6-3, South Gate (Calif.) High
Schuyler McKay, 6-2, Los Angeles (Calif.) Price
Gabe Freeman, 6-4, Phoenix (Ariz.) McClintock
Ronald Jenkins, 6-2, Denver (Col.) Montebello
Matt Sargeant, 6-3, Huntington Beach (Calif.) Ocean View
Juan Pablo Silvera, 6-3, Murray (Utah Mt. Vernon Academy
Marcus Malone, 6-2, Compton (Calif.) Dominguez
Duboise Williams, 6-4, Tempe (Ariz.) Marcos De Niza
Nicholas Hansen, 6-4  Pocatello (Ida.) High
Andrew Haskins, 6-3, Kirkland (Wash.) Lake Washington
Robbie Haynes, 6-2, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
Byron Marks, 6-3, Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) High
Devon Hills, 6-3, Chico (Calif.) Pleasant Hills
Dawin Whiten, 6-2, North Hills (Calif.) Monroe
Adrian Aye-Darko, 6-1, West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade
Jonathan Tolliver, 6-4, Los Angeles (Calif.) Westchester
Ralph Miley, 6-2, Downey (Calif.) Calvary Chapel
Carl Ross, 6-3, Fresno (Calif.) Washington Union
Khion Tate, 6-3, Berkeley (Calif.) High
Matt Forge, 6-4, Lewiston (Idaho) High
Arnie Hollis, 6-3, Lakewood (Calif.) Mayfair
Davis Baker, 6-3, Mission Viejo (Calif.) Capistrano Valley
Andrew Hatch, 6-2, Chino Hills (Calif.) Ayala
Raynard "Scooter" Milner, 6-2, Rialto (Calif.) High
John Williams, 6-2, San Jose (Calif.) Oak Grove
Brandon Turner, 6-3, Los Angeles (Calif.) Brentwood
Tyler Roberts, 6-3, Albany (Ore.) West Albany
Keena Payton, 6-2, Oakland (Calif.) Skyline
Jawann Rubin, 6-2, Union City (Calif.) Logan
Jamie Lester, 6-2, Victorville (Calif.) Silverado
Greg Spurgetis, 6-4, Spokane (Wash) Lewis and Clark
Sean Green, 6-3, Rialto (Calif.) High
Chuma Awaji, 6-2, Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey
Sean Taibi, 6-4, Pueblo (Col.) East
Danny Anderson, 6-3, Morro Bay (Calif.) High
Larry Tieu, 6-2, Rowland Heights (Calif.) Rowland
Mike Hornbuckle, 6-1, Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian
Grayson Moyer, 6-4, La Jolla (Calif.) High
Franklin Henderson, 6-3, Aurora (Col.) Gateway
Adam Greenway, 6-2, Pleasanton (Calif.) Foothill
Steve Elman, 6-5, Apache Junction (Ariz.) High
Bear Simerson, 6-3 Cathedral City (Calif.) High
Kevin Pledger, 6-3 Bellflower (Calif.) High
Donnie Harrison, 6-1, Portland (Ore.) Grant
Zach Bachmeier, 6-3 Novato (Calif.) San Marin
Dan Stafford, 6-4, Auburn (Wash.) High
Sean Battinger, 6-2 Richmond (Calif.) Kennedy
Tim Sellereit, 6-1, Bellingham (Wash.) High
Alex Rogers, 6-3, Scottsdale (Ariz.) Christian
Denaun Emanuel, 6-1 Bellflower (Calif.) High
Cleveland Files, 6-3 Albuquerque (New Mexico) Rio Grande
Josh Griffin, 6-0 Edmonds (Wash.) Edmonds-Woodway
Jake Hill, 6-0 Gunnison (Utah) High
Michael Johnson, 6-0 Carson (Calif.) High
Mike Lawson, 6-4 Las Cruces (New Mexico) Mayfield
Tanner Nicholson, 6-2 Salt Lake City (Utah) West
Paul Phangura, 6-0 San Jose (Calif.) Mitty
Chris Faidley, 6-1 Seattle (Wash.) King's
Mark Porter, 6-0, Reno (Nev.) Hug
Chandler Pearson, 6-2 Huntington (Utah) Emery


The small forward spot is usually a pretty deep position, but that's not the case this year. There are only a few high major prospects in this year's class. Williams is easily the top prospect in this group. An explosive athlete, his skills have improved dramatically in the last year. He doesn't figure to spend much time in college. Young is one of the best athletes in the west and very skilled. He's underrrated nationally and has the upside to be a star at the college level. Pendergraft has a great feel for the game and excellent skills.He should fit right in at Gonzaga and figures to be a key contributor right away. Roberson is new to the West Coast, having moved to Compton from Louisiana. He had a good season this past year at Dominugez. He's a very good athlete and showed fairly good skills. Harmeling wasn't seen by many people last summer,but he's a good athlete with the ability to play inside and on the perimeter.

1) Marvin Williams, 6-8, Bremerton (Wash.) High
2) Nick Young, 6-5, Reseda (Calif.) Cleveland
3) David Pendergraft, 6-6, Brewster (Wash.) High
4) Lamar Roberson, 6-6, Compton (Calif.) Dominguez
5) Daven Harmeling, 6-7, Grand Junction (Col.) Fruita Monument
6) Tim Pierce, 6-6, Oakland (Calif.) Fremont
7) Marcel Jones, 6-6, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
8) Rick Cardoso, 6-7, Fresno (Calif.) Central
9) Phil Harbaugh, 6-7, Corvallis (Ore.) High
10) Jonathan Heard, 6-5, Los Angeles Dorsey
11) Chris Fields, 6-5, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly
12) Justin Armstrong, 6-4, Oceanside (Calif.) El Camino
13) Daniel Fleming, 6-7, Murrieta Valley (Calif.) High
14) Zach Woolridge, 6-5, North Hollywood (Calif.) Harvard-Westlake
15) Justin Williams, 6-5, Corona (Calif.) Centennial

Other Small Forwards of Note:

Kory Sperry, 6-5, Pueblo (Col.) Pueblo County
Chris Berry, 6-6 Compton (Calif.) Centennial
Steven Davis, 6-4, Los Angeles (Calif.) Fremont
Daniel Cavic, 6-5, Tustin (Calif.) High
Matt Penoncello, 6-6, Moscow (Ida.) High 
Cornell Johnson, 6-4, Las Vegas (Nev.) Bonanza
Kyle Brucculeri, 6-6, Los Alamitos (Calif.) High
Mark Hall, 6-7, El Cajon (Calif.) Granite Hills
Curtis Terry, 6-4 Tacoma (Wash.) Curtis
Vada Jarmon, 6-3 Santa Ana (Calif.) Foothill
Erik Ainge, 6-5, Hillsboro (Ore.) Glencoe
Ryan Keeling, 6-5, Springfield (OR) Thurston
Stephen Augmon, 6-4 Palo Alto (Calif.) Eastside Prep
Zach Tarver, 6-5 Portland (Ore.) Jesuit
Mike Gordy, 6-6 Denver (Col.) Manual
Thomas Huff, 6-5 Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton
Andre Hayes, 6-2 San Jose (Calif.) Piedmont Hills
Taylor Jackson, 6-5 Provo (Utah) Tempview
Jermaine Johnson, 6-2 Seaside (Calif.) High
Devon Uskoski, 6-5, Prairie (Wash.) High
Jon Kargas, 6-3 San Diego (Calif.) Scripps Ranch
Jesse Stott, 6-4 Salt Lake City (Utah) East
Darryl Barnett, 6-5, Moreno Valley (Calif.) High
Mike Perram, 6-5, Ramona (Calif.) High
Brandon Matthews, 6-4, Rancho Santa Margarita (Calif.) Santa Margarita
Chauncey Wiseman, 6-4 San Diego (Calif.) High
Calin Schell, 6-5, Chelan (Wash.) High
Terry Johnson, 6-5 Reno (Nev.) High
John Rogers, 6-5, Seattle (Wash.) Franklin
Robert Ketchum, 6-4, Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon
Steven Shewmake, 6-6, Desert Hot Springs (Calif.) High
Chauncey Wiseman, 6-4, San Diego (Calif.) High
Brian Burke, 6-5, Bellevue (Wash.) Interlake
Taylor Alvey, 6-5 Sandy (Utah) Alta


The class of 2004 power forwards is a fairly solid group, with several high major prospects at the top and decent depth throughout the list. Heytvelt is the clear-cut choice for the top ranking, due to his overall skill level, great frame and upside. Vastly underrated by some national analysts, we think Heytvelt has a chance to be a pro. Mata is a hard-worker who should fill a role at UCLA. A very good rebounder and shot-blocker, Mata has just begun to develop his skills facing the basket. Leunen's strength is his versatility. He's a solid rebounder, good shooter out to the stripe and a very good passer. He should be a very effective player in Oregon's offense. Rothbart has always had pretty good perimeter skills and now he's started to add weight and strength. If he's willing to play in the post, he could be an effective force for Indiana (assuming he pulls his name out of the draft). Hernandez is another power forward who prefers to play facing the basket. He's got a nice touch to about 18-20 feet and moves well for his size.

1) Josh Heytvelt, 6-10, Clarkston (Wash.) High
2) Lorenzo Mata, 6-8, South Gate (Calif.) High
3) Maarty Leunen, 6-8, Redmond (Ore.) High
4) Robert Rothbart, 7-0, Sacramento (Calif.) Natomas
5) Hector Hernandez, 6-7, Denver (Col.) Lincoln
6) Damir Suljagic, 6-8, Tucson (Ariz.) Salpointe
7) Anthony Dandridge, 6-6, San Bernardino (Calif.) Cajon
8) Gyno Pomare, 6-6, Oceanside (Calif.) El Camino
9) Andrew Green, 6-6, Perris (Calif.) High
10) Darren Fells, 6-6, Fullerton (Calif.) High
11) Marcus Lewis, 6-7, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly
12) Jake Beitinger, 6-8, Port Orchard (Wash.) South Kitsap
13) Brian Anderson, 6-8, Lamar (Col.) High
14) Evan Harris, 6-7, North Hollywood (Calif.) Harvard-Westlake
15) Lowell Grissom, 6-7, Los Angeles (Calif.) Verbum Dei

Other Power Forwards Of Note:

Devan Evans, 6-7, Las Vegas (Nev.) Chaparral
Jermaine Johnson, 6-6, Orange (Calif.) High
Joe Gates, 6-9, Arcata (Calif.) High
Ty Morrison, 6-7, Phoenix (Ariz.) Trevor Browne
Calvin Chitwood, 6-6, Phoenix (Ariz.) Paradise Valley
Andrew Strait, 6-6, Yakima (Wash.) West Valley
Alex Veit, 6-7, Salem (Ore.) South
Ryan Coldren, 6-8, Eugene (Ore.) Marist
David Ellis, 6-10, Sacramento (Calif.) Capital Christian
Sebastian Gobba,  6-8, Salt Lake City (Utah) Mt. Vernon
Bass Yessoufou, 6-6, San Luis Obispo (Calif.) Mission Prep
Michael Nunnally, 6-8, Manteca (Calif.) East Union
Jason Hopkins, 6-5, Edmonds Woodway (Wash.) High
Jordan Hasquet, 6-8, Missoula (Mont.) Sentinel
Kyle Krause, 6-7, Wasco (Calif.) Wasco Union
Devon Roberts, 6-5, Glendora (Calif.) High
Jamie Diefenbach,  6-8, Newport Beach (Calif.) Newport Harbor
Okey Mbango, 6-7, Fremont (Calif.) American
Trey Dudy, 6-8, Tarzana (Calif.) Stoneridge Prep
Rashaan Martin, 6-8, Glendale (Ariz.) Mountain Ridge
Tim Ahlering, 6-8, Mission Viejo (Calif.) High
Xavier Kilby, 6-6, Phoenix (Ariz.) Desert Vista
Jabari Samuel, 6-6, Tarzana (Calif.) Stoneridge Prep
Marcus King-Stockton 6-7, Denver (Col.) Colorado Academy
Julio Feliciano, 6-6, Tacoma (Wash.) Mt. Tahoma
Severin Gates, 6-7, San Diego (Calif.) University
Brandon Johnson, 6-8, Vancouver (Wash.) Mountain View
Steve Breeze, 6-7, Lake Roosevelt (Wash.) High
Tommy Arnold, 6-3, Oakland (Calif.) Bishop O'Dowd
Stephen Augmon, 6-4, Palo Alto (Calif.) Eastside Prep
Mike Kale 6-7, Henderson (Nev.) Coronado
Chris Davis, 6-4, Las Vegas (Nev.) Cheyenne
Steve Derdzinski, 6-6, Gilbert (Ariz.) Highland
Sone Finister, 6-6, Los Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw
Brett Tompkins, 6-8, Battle Ground (Wash.) High
Travis Gabbidon, 6-6, Phoenix (Ariz.) Desert Vista
Andre Glenn, 6-6, Modesto (Calif.) Modesto Christian
Rodney Jones, 6-4, Berkeley (Calif.) High
Justin Mikkelson, 6-7, Sandy (Utah) Alta
Tai Wesley, 6-7, Provo (Utah) High
Mel Nicholson, 6-5, Long Beach (Calif.) Millikan
Stephen Ishmael, 6-7, Redmond (Wash.) High
Andrew Madson, 6-5, Lewiston (Idaho) High
Marcus Smyer, 6-6, Compton (Calif.) Dominguez
Steven Saunders, 6-7, Calabasas (Calif.) High
Greg Walker, 6-5, Santa Monica (Calif.) High
Christian Cavanaugh, 6-8, Mill Valley (Calif.) Tamalpais
Adam Bennett, 6-7, Port Orchard (Wash.) South Kitsap
Connor Nielsen, 6-6 Sandy (Utah) Brighton


The class of 2004 centers is a good group, with a couple of elite prospects at the top of the list. Swift will go pro out of high school and with good reason. He's got great hands and feet, to go with terrific instincts. While he's sometimes struggled with staying focused on a consistent basis, there's no denying Swift's talent and upside. Giles is another player with a great upside. He moves extremely well for his size and he's developed a very nice jump hook in the last year. He will likely have a chance to go pro before his four years are up at Kansas. Miles didn't get seen by a lot of people outside of the west, but we think BYU got themselves a very good prospect. Miles has a very good body, good feet and hands, and also has some toughness. He should eventually be one of the better players in the Mountain West conference. Hardin is a very good athlete, with an NBA body. His skills still need refining, but he should be a force as a defender and rebounder early in his career at Cal. Burgess has a big body and good skills. He needs to tone up a bit, and work on staying focused, but he's got a nice feel for the game and should be a solid player for BYU.

1) Robert Swift, 6-11 Bakersfield (Calif.) High
2) Chester Giles, 6-9, Seattle (Wash.) Rainier Beach
3) Chris Miles, 6-10, Provo (Utah) Timpview
4) DeVon Hardin, 6-9, Newark (Calif.) Memorial
5) David Burgess, 6-10, Irvine (Calif.) Woodbridge
6) Craig Austin, 6-9, Carlsbad (Calif.) High
7) Sam Rayburn, 6-10, Beaverton (Ore.) Sunset
8) Jason Smith, 6-9, Kersey (Col.) Platte Valley
9) Jake Schmidt, 6-8, Thermopolis (Wyo.) High
10) Zach Johnson, 6-8, Sacramento (Calif.) Natomas
11) Joe Wolfinger, 6-11, Aloha (Ore.) High
12) Chris Henry, 6-8, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
13) Ephraim Williams, 6-10, San Bernardino (Calif.) Arroyo Valley
14) Michael Boone, 7-0, Loma Linda (Calif.) High
15) Everest Schmidt, 6-7, Hoopa (Calif.) Hoopa Valley

Other Centers of Note:

Cy Vandermeer, 6-8 SR C Modesto (Calif.) Thomas Downey
Todd Follmer, 6-10, Rancho Santa Margarita (Calif.) Santa Margarita
Jonathan Black, 6-9, Phoenix (Ariz.) Greenway
Kurt Graeber, 6-9, Rolling Hills Estates (Calif.) Peninsula
Alan Branch, 6-6, Albuquerque (New Mexico) Cibola
Jeremiah Batdorf, 6-8, Cedro (Calif.) Foothill
Ryan McCurdy, 6-9, Gilbert (Ariz.) Highland
Brandon Knight, 6-9, Alpine (Utah) Lone Peak
Jordan White-Frisbee, 6-7, Bothell (Wash.) Inglemoor
David Burke, 6-8, Phoenix (Ariz.) Thunderbird
Thomas Herring, 6-6, Los Angeles (Calif.) Fremont
David Lithicum, 6-10, Farmington h
Shawn Oliverson, 6-8, Preston (Idaho) High
Nathan Porter, 6-8, Mercer Island (Wash.) High
Armando Cosio, 6-9, Lake Elsinore (Calif.) Temescal Canyon
Colin Haliberg, 6-9, Portland (Ore.) LIncoln

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