- Joel Francisco
CORONA, Calif. -- The League by Compton Magic was chock full of talented teams from all over Southern California as well as a couple of out-of-state contenders in Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) and Basha (Chandler, Ariz.). The Class of 2015 was represented well by 6-foot-10 Stephen Zimmerman (Las Vegas/Bishop Gorman) and possibly the most polished scoring guard in 6-5 Tyler Dorsey (Los Angeles/Ribet Academy). Overall, though, it would be the continued improvement of 6-9 senior Rosco Allen (Las Vegas/Bishop Gorman) that caught our eye throughout the day.
2012, WF/PF, 6-9, 200 pounds
Allen is one of the more unique prospects in the country. The multi-skilled 4/3 is difficult to contain on the offensive end due to his shooting ability and desire to get to the rim. His basketball IQ is high, as demonstrated by a few of the nifty dimes he handed out during the event. He is still undecided as to where he'll play his college basketball (he'll decide after his North Carolina visit Oct. 29) but it appears it will be a two-horse race between the Tar Heels and Stanford, with Oregon and UNLV still hanging on.
Rosco Allen highlights The League.