All-Bracy Team Selections: Bracy Skills Combine
All-Bracy Team Selections
Our 2nd Bracy Skills Combine took place yesterday as this was the last one before the high school season starts. With everyone gearing up for the first official day on October 30th, players from all over Northern California came to compete against each other, go through drills, as well as get useful information on how to get better during the season. The combine featured lots of talent but here was the top 5 prospects to make up for the All-Bracy team.
1. 6’7’ Larry Lewis (2024) - Vacaville HS
Larry was impressive as he not only dominated the paint but he also showed his skillset by using his handle to create his own shot and even go coast to coast to make plays. He will have a major senior year and is in contact with a few schools.
2. 5’11’ AJ Oscona (2026) - Vallejo HS
AJ is getting better at running teams by being more vocal and picking up guards full court. His skillset has already been high but with the ability to defend and be vocal, he will be able to take on that floor general role for Vallejo High School as a sophomore.
3. 5’8’ JoJo Rapolla (2025) - Rodriguez HS
JoJo is a floor general that has the capabilities to score when needed. He has solid court vision and can shoot from the outside. Big Junior year ahead for him.
4. 6’0’ Silas Hightower (2028) - Hogan Middle School
Silas was the only 8th grader at the combine and he held his own against high school competition. He scored a few buckets, both inside and outside, played solid defensively, and showed a high motor. This is a prospect to keep an eye on for the next 4 years.
5. 5’7’ Evan Santos (2026) - American Canyon HS
Evan was very impressive at the combine. He brought the energy to the camp with his defensive intensity & energy! He dove for loose balls, forced a lot of turnovers with his ball pressure, and even knocked down a few shots. He is a tough competitor that doesn’t back down from anyone. American Canyon has a solid prospect that they should definitely utilize more!