According to a few sources the Bobcat basketball coaching staff is recruiting Askia Booker from price high school in Los Angeles California. Askia played with 2010 Bobcat recruit Casey Trujeque, as well as University of California recruits Allen Crabbe (California high school player of the year and Richard Solomon. Booker is a 6-0ish combo guard who is just coming into his own.
Price won the California class 5 State title this year with it three senior D-1 recruits leading the way. Next year though, Price looks to be deep in hunt for another state championship, that will feature at least three D-1 prospects (2 seniors & 1 junior), including Booker as well as a very strong supporting class. As much is the case with these upper echelon California basketball teams the talent just keeps flowing in.
Last season for price Booker was Price high school 4th double digit scorer at around 11 points, a game. He also chipped in a surprising 7 rebounds and 3 assists. He played primarily shooting guard last season but did play some at the point when Trujeque was out of the game. For 2010-11 his head coach said in a Rivals.com interview that he will be moved to the point guard spot full time. One of his best games of the year came in the California championship game when he scored 14 points, most of which came when Prices star player were out with foul trouble.