Legg starts to get noticed

Jonah Legg has all the physical attributes to be a star in the future and although some people confuse him with a 2011 or 2012 prospect he's even younger. Legg, from Phoenix (Ariz.) North, is only entering his sophomore season.
"He's a 6-5 shooting guard, about 205-210 pounds and has a 38-inch vertical," Arizona Stars AAU coach Ray Arvizu said.
"He's another kid who's extremely athletic, good on the boards, has a good jumper. He creates and has a really good mid-range game with one dribble, two dribble pull up stuff. He's a big one in 2013."
Arizona, Arizona State, Boston College, Oregon State and Portland are on the early list for Legg, who played with the Arizona Stars 17-under team at multiple big-time events this past spring and summer including the NIKE Elite Youth Basketball League in Los Angeles.
Arguably the biggest name in Arizona's 2013 class is four-star prospect Torren Jones, who has already been offered by Arizona and has interest from Boston College, Cal, Indiana, Memphis, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, USC, UCLA, Washington and many others.
But Jones is right up there as one of Arizona's top players and after his summer performances more colleges are taking notice. Arvizu said even more schools should get involved after his sophomore season.
"Jonah got a little overshadowed by Torren because Torren is a physical specimen," Arvizu said.
"A lot of people thought Jonah was a 2012 kid or even a 2011 kid because of the way he looks but he's a 2013 kid. He played on our elite team at the elite level and did really well at a lot of places.
"He has some mid- and high-majors on him because no one really knows about him yet. After this year he'll demand the attention for the most part. ASU and U of A know about him and are already on him."