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Pos.: Small Forward
High School: Rainier Beach H.S.
Wt.: 175 lbs
HS Rating: Top 30 Overall Consensus
Story: Originally from Pomona, Ca., Shaqquan averaged 9.2 points, 4.1 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 2.0 steals per game as a freshman at Mater Dei H.S. in joining with Katin Reinhardt to lead the Monarchs to a 32-3 record and the 2011 California Division I CIF state title. After transferring to Taft H.S. (and sitting out a year), Shaqquan moved up north, where he averaged 19.7 points, 8.5 rebounds and 7.5 assists en route to leading Rainier Beach to the Class 3A title for the second consecutive season and earning 2013-14 Washington Player of the Year honors. Aaron is a two-time first-team AP Class 3A all-state selection and was ranked No. 26 nationally by 247Sports.com, 27th by Scout.com, 30th by Rivals.com, and No. 33 by ESPN. Aaron was signed out of high school by Louisville and appeared in 23 games for the Cardinals. It didn’t work out, and Shaqquan moved on.
The Stretch-Four: Bennie Boatwright
Pos.: Power Forward
High School: Village Christian High School
Wt.: 220 lbs.
Comp.: Tracy Murray
HS Rating: 4-Star/Top 70
Story: “Bennie Buckets” was CIF Southern Section Division 1AA Player of the Year, averaging 27.8 points and 13 rebounds as a senior, leading the Crusaders to the Southern Section 1AA title by scoring 30 points and grabbing 13 rebounds in the title game.
The Rim Protector: Chimezie Metu
Pos.: Power Forward
High School: Lawndale High School
Wt.: 210 lbs.
HS Rating: 4-Star/Top 40
Story: Chimezie Metu is originally from Nigeria, and played for Nigeria at the 2014 NIKE Global Challenge, where he averaged 16 points and 9.8 rebounds. Chimezie was named a John R. Wooden Award winner as the CIF Southern Section Division II Player of the Year. He averaged 18 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks per game, leading Lawndale to the CIF-SS Division 2AA final. Metu was ranked the No. 31 prospect in the 2015 class by Scout.com, No. 47 by Rivals.com and No. 48 by ESPN.com.
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