zz-Myles Wise, 6’2″, 165, Freshman

Myles Wise Men's Basketball Recruiting Profile

He just turned 18 a couple of months ago and is the youngest player on the Antelope Valley College team.  Playing with men with D-1, D-2 and JUCO College experience, Myles is soaking up the skills.  All smiles, energy, great skills and fast learner. 
Myles Wise, 6’2”, 165 and still growing, really impressed assistant coach Ryan Fraiser in a tournament and from then on coach followed him closely.  A NoCal player from Liberty High School in Brentwood, California also played in club basketball with team Select/AAU CA.

What impressed the coaching staff most about the 17 year old was his overall skill level especially his ball handling and high basketball IQ.  In his senior year at Liberty HS, he scored 10.7 points per game, shot 48.7% from the floor, averaged 5.0 assists per game.

 Here is the way Myles looks at himself. 

I have been playing basketball since I was 6 years old and competitively since I was 8. My parents have raised me to use basketball as a way to achieve a free education after high school, and that anything else was an extra bonus. My family history involves nothing but basketball all-stars, including Brandon Ashley from Arizona, and Eric Wise, who graduated USC last year. I have been specifically playing the point guard role since I started my basketball journey and understand how to lead my teammates and do what it takes to win. My passion for this game burns and I know I have what it takes to play at the next level because of my years of experience. When it comes to my character I am a well mannered young man, and I know that I am representing both my family and team on and off the court. As a point guard, I know my job is to set up my teammates and make them look as best as they can, but I am also very capable of scoring myself. I take tremendous pride in my defense and hope to make my dream of playing college ball a reality.

Keep an eye on this young man.  He has that special look of a college basketball player. 

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