West Oaks (25‑8)

Orlando, FL

Florida SIAA State Runner-Up

Top Players

  • 6-8 SOPH Matthew Bewley ... #6 (NBN) … #9 (ESPN) … #1FL (PrepHoops)
  • 6-9 SOPH Ryan Bewley ... #14 (ESPN) … #16 (NBN) … #2FL (PrepHoops)
  • 6-6 SR Wesley Cardet ... #63 (NBN) … #86 (Rivals) … #118 (247 Sports) … #7FL (PrepHoops)
  • 6-0 SR A.J. Neal ... #91 (NBN) … #108 (247 Sports) … #123 (Rivals) … #28FL (PrepHoops)
  • 6-5 SR Jordan Shorter ... #17FL (PrepHoops)
  • 6-5 SR Justin Neely ... #20FL (PrepHoops)
  • 6-6 SR Jahsean Corbett ... #35FL (PrepHoops)
  • 6-4 SR Jameon Harris ... #42FL (PrepHoops)

Flame At A Glance

Coach Kenny Gillion’s three-time Sunshine Independent champions shook up the high school hoops world when they ended mighty Oak Hill Academy’s 23-year home winning streak (86-81 on Jan. 27), and did it again seven months later with four publicized arrivals from Oakland Park Northeast: nationally-touted twins 6-8 SOPH Matthew Bewley (19 ppg, 12 rpg, 3 apg, 3 bpg) and 6-9 SOPH Ryan Bewley (10 ppg, 11 rpg), 6-6 SR combo guard Wesley Cardet (15 ppg, 9 rpg, 5 apg), who averaged 21 ppg as a sophomore, and 6-4 SR Jameon “J.J.” Harris (11 ppg, 3 apg). A pair of returners – 6-1 SR A.J. Neal and 6-9 SR Exause Manissa – will join additional incoming transfers 6-5 SR Justin Neely (27.2 ppg, 12.3 rpg at Miami Senior FL), 6-1 JR Kasai Fontanez (14.6 ppg, 12.3 rpg, 6.7 apg at Murry Bergtraum NY), 6-5 JR R.J. Moore (Evangel Christian NY), 5-11 SR point guard A’Drelin “Ray” Robinson (5A state champion Tallahassee Rickards), 6-5 SR Jordan Shorter (Fort Lauderdale) and 6-6 SR Jahsean Corbett (13.2 ppg, 6.5 rpg at Poinciana), a standout on the Virgin Islands’ 17U national team. At least nine of the Flame’s 13 players have multiple D-1 offers.