GO MONARCHS!!!Steve Fryer from The Orange County Register wrote:Michael Cage Jr., son of the former Clippers star, will attend Mater Dei as a freshman in the 2012-13 school year, his mother Jodi confirmed by email.
Cage Jr., is 6-foot-8 and 200 pounds. The Prospect Central website ranks him as one of the top players in the nation for the class of 2016.
Mater Dei won CIF section and state championships this past season. The Monarchs top two players from that team, CIF-Southern Section Division 1AA co-players of the year Xavier Johnson and Katin Reinhardt, are seniors.
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At the very least he provides them with depth under the basket.
If you think education is expensive, try ignorance
I know, which is why I am poking fun. The critics tend to say those things regardless of whether the kid actually transfers or enrolls at MD as a freshman.number9 wrote: The kid is in 8th grade now. If I am not mistaken.
Let me guess 19?scootermcray wrote:The kid is a beast -- but I also heard he is a bit older than most 8th graders.
Olu was never a serious consideration. This decision was made weeks ago.regularbob wrote:Kid is a beast and reminds me alot of Tyson Chandler when he was young. He was also considering going to OLu.
That's funny, I was told the same thing. In fact, I knew months ago.templar83 wrote:
Olu was never a serious consideration. This decision was made weeks ago.
Where does he currently go to school? Someone had mentioned a Catholic school in South County. Is that the true?Red wrote:
That's funny, I was told the same thing. In fact, I knew months ago.
Good for MD basketball. Can't wait to re-up my season tickets!