Bishop Montgomery dynamic guard David Singleton is among the bevy of Division 1 college basketball signees confirmed for the 20th annual Collision All-Star Game set for Saturday April 14, 2018 at Los Angeles Harbor College in Wilmington, California.
Singleton is among the UCLA star studded recruiting class and he led the Knights to a 28-2 record, losing the CIF Southern Section Open Division semi-finals to runner-up Sierra Canyon.
He will be joined on a loaded Southern Section squad that will feature three stars from the CIF-SS Open Division champion Mater Dei Monarchs that placed three players on the team.
Harvard bound Spencer Freedman, Princeton recruit Michael Wang and Southern Utah signee Harrison Butler, al of Mater Dei will also play against the City Section at Collision XX.
Culver City placed two players on the team in the ultra gifted guard Tevian Jones and wingman Cyrus Johnson. Johnson is the son of former NBA and UCLA great Marcus Johnson.
Utah bound 6’9 post Riley Battin of Oak Park, Fordham’s Chris Austin of Maranatha, and Bishop Montgomery’s Fletcher Tynen will play in the game.
Other confirmed plays for the boy’s Southern Section team are Redondo Union’s Zekiah LoVett, J Serra’s Joel Mensah, Inglewood’s, Malcom Bray and Alex Akins Rolling Hills Prep’s Alex Garcia.
Mater Dei’s iconic head coach Gary McKnight will coach the boys Southern Section team.
The City boys team will be coached by Taft’s Derrick Taylor and will be led by University of Virginia bound Kihei Clark of Taft and the dynamic Arizona bound Devonaire Doutrive of Birmingham, Zellie Hudson and Maurice Tutt, both of Open Division Champion Westchester, Fairfax’s Kirk Smith and Jamal Hartwell Coliseum League Player of the Year Kevin Ebiriekwe of Crenshaw, Narbonne’s duo of Malik Muhammad and Jordan Griffin, El Camino Real’s Eddy, Daisone Hughes of University City scoring champion Tyree Winborn of Van Nuys and Ethelbert Anum of King Drew.
The city girls and girls Southern Section team will be announced next week.
The boy’s game will be the finale of a four game spectacular that will feature the top boys 7th and 8th graders, the girls (City Section/Southern Section) game that begin at 2p.m. Tickets for the 20th annual event will only be available at the door.