Sierra Canyon has some notable additions to its squad for next season as it will look to capture its third straight California state title.
Sierra Canyon High School basketball games might be the third-biggest attraction for Los Angeles hoops fans this year.
The school, looking to capture its third straight California Open Division state title, has just added another big-name prospect to its roster with the recent transfer of five-star recruit Brandon Boston Jr., according to multiple reports.
Considered the No. 2 shooting guard in the country, according to 247Sports, Boston is only the second-biggest high school senior to reportedly be coming to Sierra Canyon for next season. Ziaire Williams, the nation's No. 7 recruit, according to 247Sports, decided to transfer to the school on Thursday, per multiple reports.
If you don't know of Sierra Canyon for its successes in California, it might sound familiar because it's also the school where LeBron James Jr. and Zaire Wade will be playing next season.
Is Star-Studded @SierraCanyon Squad a "Super Team"?! Amari Bailey plus Team USA teammate @therealZiaire, plus incoming freshman Bronny James and senior transfer Zaire Wade with senior @TerrenFrank! Going for 3rd consecutive California State Title! pic.twitter.com/0L9vjLmGmo— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) July 19, 2019
Four-star Terren Frank, who will be on this squad as well, is the No. 94 recruit in the nation and No. 10 recruit in California, according to 247Sports.