Rivals.com's top player in the class of 2010, Jeremy averaged 18.0 points, 14.5
rebounds and 7.7 blocks while leading San Diego High to its first section title
in 33 years.
Amar� Stoudemire. Jeremy (6'11", 245) is about the same size as his idol,
and he's keen to match Stoudemire's intensity. "He's intimidating as much
as athletic," says Jeremy. "Everyone's scared of him."
"Tyler brings a dominant presence to the court," says Cavers coach
Kenny Roy. "He was more of a post player, but now he's getting outside and
hitting the 15-foot jump shot and still attacking the glass."
Next step Jeremy
has been trailed by a film crew since last season for a possible documentary
about his life. Though even college is still two years away, he's a worthy
subject. "The best player to come out of San Diego is Bill Walton,"
says Roy. "Here's a young man with the opportunity to shatter [that
Buena Park, Calif.
Kristen is ranked second nationally by the American Junior Golf Association and
won last summer's U.S. Girls' Junior Amateur, becoming the event's
fourth-youngest champion. She just completed her freshman season on the Sunny
Hills High ( Fullerton, Calif.) boys' golf team, helping the Lancers win the
Irene Cho. The 2002 Sunny Hills graduate was national player of the year at USC
in '06 and at week's end had made 32 starts in two years on the LPGA tour. The
two have similar body types—both are around 5'6"—and are outstanding
athletes: Cho was a figure skater, and Kristen played tennis.
"Kristen is probably more advanced [than Cho] at this age," says
Lancers coach Tim Devaney. "She's so competent with all her clubs. She's
like a slow-moving whip: She just somehow generates power, even if it doesn't
look like she's doing it."
Next step Park,
who played last month's U.S. Women's Open as an amateur (she shot 80--78), will
continue playing all the major junior tournaments, and for now she has plans to
compete in college.