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Gamepoint Class of 2022

10/30/2018, 11:15pm PDT
By Gamepoint Basketball

As the start of the high school is upon us, Gamepoint Basketball will have it's share of players who will be making an impact on the varsity level in the Class of 2022.
Devon Arlington (San Marcos) will be an immediate impact player for the Knights. The 6'2 PG is coming off a dominate spring & summer for the Gamepoint 14u Elite team. Arlington attended the Adidas Jr All American Camp in July and took home MVP of the EBC All American Camp in Orange County in August. 
"Devon has been working extremely hard this off season. His perimeter game is much improved. He gets after it on defense, he affects the game on both ends" says Gamepoint Director Charlie Mercado. 

Foothills Christian G Jaden Lebel is one of the most improved players in the Class of 2022. Lebel has the ability to affect the game in multiple ways and fill up the stat sheet. Lebel will suit up for one of the top teams in San Diego County in Foothills Christian. Along with Arlington, Jaden attended the Adidas Jr. All American Camp this summer. 

Robert Aguirre has stepped into a varsity role for Marina High School in Huntington Beach. The 6'0 guard was a key member of last year's 14u Elite team. Aguirre has the ability to stretch out defenses and score from the mid-range area. His improvement on the defensive end of the floor will have him playing valuable minutes for the Vikings.

Brothers' Justin Jayden White had a great Fall season for the Mission Hills Grizzlies and will look to step into key roles this season. Justin (6'3) & Jayden (6'0) dedicated the fall to their physical development, which has been clearly visible. Justin White looks to be in the varsity rotation, and is a versatile wing forward with a nose for the ball. Jayden White is an athletic, lefty guard whose best basketball is ahead of him.

Patrick Henry 6'6 freshman forward Michael Rayner is coming off surgery on his foot this Fall. Once he is cleared to play, look for Rayner to be a big part of the Patriot's future. 

Christian G Vinny Signorelli will be called upon early by Patriots coach Davion Famber to provide timely shooting and game management. The 5'10" point guard had a strong fall improving in every aspect of his game. 

One of the top shooter's in the class is Francis Parker SG Vinny Ferrari. Vinny will team up with his brother, Kimo and give the Lancers a weapon from three. 

Jayden Barnett is another PG in the Class of 2022 that will see time on the varsity level. Barnett will team up with 2021 Gamepoint player Keavie Love at El Camino High School. Barnett is a big time on-ball defender and is one of the quickest guards in the class. 

 

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