Team Rampage Fall 2023 Scout Day Recap
Basketball in the Fall is a very interesting time of the year as most are getting in shape and sharpening their skills to get ready for a long competitive season. For the Team Rampage (CA) program they are keeping their athletes sharp by hosting competitive scrimmages in front of scout writers and college coaches, while also providing film to help benefit the athlete’s recruiting profile. With Rampage completing their 2nd Scout Day of the fall, here’s a recap on the individuals who have participated.
5’10’ Ahmati Otis (2026) De Anza Hs
Ahmari continues to show why he is one of the best guards in his class in Northern California. Plays both ends, is continuing to improve 3 point range, and is becoming a much better facilitator. Major Year coming for him as division 1 coaches are beginning to notice his play.
5’10’ AJ Oscona (2026) Vallejo Hs
AJ is a skilled guard that plays well off two feet and has the ability to knockdown open shots. He has improved his on-ball defense, and is starting to become a more vocal leader. Vallejo High School will need him at his best this year with Tyriq McNeal transferring to St. Patrick-St. Vincent’s.
6’3’ Nick Cubley (2024) San Marin Hs
Nick Cubley played in the scout day for the first time following a back injury that kept him out for a few weeks. He looked strong in certain areas and will continue to get back into shape as he heads into his senior season which will be a huge one for his recruitment.
6’7’ Joshua Devore (2024) Novato Hs
Josh has improved his game tremendously since the summer ended with AAU. He has gotten more athletic, and is starting to create better off the dribble as well. He has picked up 3 offers and is starting to get more interest from D2s.
6’7’ Larry Lewis (2024) Vacaville Hs
Larry looked strong at the scout day showcasing his athleticism that he has worked hard on since AAU season ended back in July. He has been in talks with several D2s and will use this senior season to turn the interest into offers.
6’1 Jermaine Earnest (2025) Pittsburg Hs
Jermaine is a scrappy tough guard who can defend full court and is excellent getting to the rim. He is also now playing football for the first time for powerhouse Pittsburg High School which will make him even more athletic on the court. Sleeper guard to keep an eye on.
6’3’ Brayden Bruce (2026) Vacaville Hs
Long guard/wing that has improved his skill set over the past few months. He will be playing varsity this year for Vacaville and should see heavy minutes as a sophomore. Young prospect to definitely keep an eye on in Northern California.
6’0’ Gio Brovelli (2025) San Rafael Hs
Tough lefty guard that can shoot it! Has a solid motor and runs the floor well. He will be one of the main players for San Rafael this year as a junior.
6’1’ Zakk-Jon Woosley (2025) Analy Hs
Another tough left handed guard that plays hard. Can shoot the 3 but not afraid to get inside the paint and play off two feet. With the loss of Calum Rutherford of Montana State, Zakk should have a golden opportunity to put a few big games for Analy.
6’2’ Cameron Lowe (2024) Venture Academy Hs
Cameron has been one of the most intriguing prospects of the Scout Day events. Has one of the best motors around and can affect the game in many ways. Coaches should definitely look into this prospect this upcoming year. He can defend, rebounds extremely well for his size, runs the floor, and plays HARD!! He will help somebody’s college program a year from now.
5’11’ Owen Bugas (2024) Archie Williams Hs
A skilled sharpshooting point guard that is vocal, can defend, moves well without the ball and plays hard. Another prospect that can contribute to a college program right away with his shooting ability, high IQ, and toughness. Also holds a 4.3 GPA!
6’5’ Koleton Fenton (2024) Miramonte Hs
Koleton has improved his game and his ability to consistently knock down the 3 point shot. He is tough inside the paint and plays bigger than his size despite not being the most athletic. Expect a solid senior year from him and a much improved Miramonte team.
6’5’ Jordan Assefa (2024) Mountain House Hs
Jordan is an excellent shooter that can help a college program stretch the floor. He has the skillset to be effective off two feet, and has a solid mid-range game. D3 coaches have reached out during the fall and more probably will throughout his senior season.
5’8’ JoJo Rapolla (2025) Rodriguez Hs
JoJo participated in his first scout day last weekend and was able to fit right in. He’s a solid point guard with good court vision and has the ability to make open shots. Rodriguez will be much younger this year with a lot of familiar rampage alums in college. This will allow JoJo to have the opportunity to have a breakout season
6’2’ Travis Flick (2024) Novato Hs
Travis is a long guard that is tough and isn’t afraid to get inside the paint. Also has a solid skillset and can knockdown the 3. The duo between him and Joshua Devore at Novato High School should lead to a much improved season compared to last year.
6’3 Cole Williams (2024) St. Vincent College Prep
Cole is one of the few players that is physically ready to play college Basketball. He’s a smart high IQ player that can shoot and defend. After sitting out last year expect a major senior season from Cole. Definitely a prospect to keep an eye on out of the North Bay.