Posted: Jul 29, 2013 5:34 PM by Andrew Masuda
Updated: Jul 29, 2013 9:52 PM
Two Central Coast high school basketball players led their summer traveling team to a championship at the most prestigious tournament over the weekend.
Righetti High's Cameron Walker and Mission Prep's Quinton Adlesh, both juniors-to-be, led the Compton Magic to the 16-and-under Championship Bracket title in Las Vegas at the Adidas Super 64.
Their team went undefeated in bracket play to beat out 91 other elite teams from across the nation to win the title.
Walker and his teammate Rex Pflueger were named co-Most Valuable Players. Walker's father Eric said Cameron scored 24 points in one game during which coaches from nearly every major college were in attendance. The 6-7 Walker recently receiver offers from Washington State and Arizona State. The two Pac-12 schools join a list of Division I programs that already include Florida, Cal, USC, Cal Poly, Rice, San Diego State, UC Irvine, Oregon State and Fresno State.
Adlesh averaged about 6 points and 3 assists per game for the Magic. The guard averaged nearly 16 points and 6 rebounds per game as a sophomore for Mission Prep. Adlesh has received a scholarship offer already from Cal Poly.
Walker was invited to represent the United States at the Adidas Nations, the Global Experience from August 1-5 in Los Angeles. They'll play against teams from all over the world.
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