After an exceptional season, senior guard Kyle Fogg of Brea Olinda (Calif.) High School is one of the top sleepers on the west coast.
Fogg, 6-foot-3, 180-pounds, put up impressive numbers during his senior campaign, averaging 25 points, 8.6 rebounds, 4.4 assists and 2.3 steals per game. But what is most notable is that Fogg had two of his better games of the year against two UCLA commitments.
"Kyle has only been recruited for a month or so," said Brea Olinda assistant coach Jason Skrifvars. "He played Jerime Anderson to a draw and that's when things picked up. Then in our last game of the season, Kyle played really well against Malcolm Lee. On that particular night, he was the best player on the court."
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A number of schools, including UNLV, Long Beach State, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, SDSU and Arizona State have taken notice of Fogg's abilities, but since he hasn't taken the SAT yet, schools are still waiting.
"Kyle takes the SAT Saturday," said Skrifvars. "The day his score comes out, though, I expect him to get some offers."
Even though Fogg averaged 21 points per game as a junior, Fogg has dramatically improved over the past year.
"Kyle still doesn't have an idea how good he is," said Skrifvars. "That's one of the best things about him. He is such a humble guy. Basketball wise, the best thing about him is his midrange game. His range goes out to 21 to 22-feet, and he has deceptive quickness and explosiveness. His dad is 6-foot-6, and Kyle has a size 15 foot, so he is likely to keep growing."