Their season started with a victory, San Diego Basketball has inked a pair of four-star recruits this week and sowed them for the future.
Elijah Sanders, a 6-8, 220-pound forward who will graduate from Sunny Slope High School in Phoenix next year, is ranked 115th nationally in his position, 23rd in the power forward, and 8th in his hometown. I am. 247Sports, He is described as being equally comfortable on the block and beyond the 3-point line.
According to the 145th new employee in the whole country as a junior rival, Average 15.7 points, 6.5 rebounds, 2 assists in 22 games of the team that won the 2021 Arizona Interscholastic Association Conference 6A Boys Basketball State Championship.
Sanders chose San Diego over 24 other offers, including Notre Dame and Virginia, Mountain West Program UNLV, New Mexico, Nevada, Fresno, and San Jose.
Miles Byrd is a £ 6-7 shooting guard graduating from Lincoln High School in Stockton this year. According to 247 Sports, the four-star prospect Bird is ranked 162nd, Shooting Guard, and 15th in California nationwide.
He averaged 19 points, 3.5 steals and 2.2 blocks to lead the team in eight games of COVID-19, shortened to the 2020-21 season.
In a 28-game sophomore campaign, he scored 12.3 points, 6.4 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 2.4 steals per game.
His father, Calvin Bird, is a former college basketball player. He is an assistant coach at the University of the Pacific.
Bird chose Aztec over 10 other programs, including California and Stanford, and Mountain West programs in Colorado, New Mexico, and San Jose.
San Diego We played against the University of California, Riverside (66-53) in the opening round of the regular season on Tuesday. Transfer Matt Bradley led the score with 23 points at his SDSU debut.
“I think he will be more dangerous as he becomes more comfortable,” said head coach Brian Dutcher.
The Aztecs will head to Provo, Utah to meet with Brigham Young on Friday. The hint is set at 6 pm on BYUtv.
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