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Boys' basketball: Playoffs add to debate who's best junior guard

March 31, 2014|By Eric Sondheimer

 The post-season playoff performances have only added to the dilemma and debate of trying to rank the best junior guards in Southern California. There's so many that college recruiters are going to have plenty of options for the class of 2015.

Michael Oguine of West Hills Chaminade, Kendall Small of Mayfair, Sedrick Barefield of Corona Centennial, Stephen Thompson Jr. of Bishop Montgomery, Max Hazzard of Loyola, Tyler Dorsey of St. John Bosco are just a few who added to their already impressive resumes during the state playoffs.

Then there's Justin Simon of Temecula Valley, Aaron Holiday of Campbell Hall, Marcus LoVett Jr. of San Gabriel Academy,  K.J. Feagin of Long Beach Poly, Rex Pflueger of Mater Dei, Kyle Leufroy of St. Francis . . .

2013-14 was the year of the point guard, and 2014-15 will be the year of the guard, period.

Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com

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