Hailing from the West Coast of Canada, British Columbia’s Manroop Clair finished his high school season with Huntington Prep, where he played behind an abundance of talent, including Mizzouri commit Negus Webster-Chan, Andrew Wiggins and Xavier Rathan-Mayes, to name a few.
This summer, the 6’2 combo guard is wasting no time, leaving his imprint on the circuit in the first week of AAU season. This past weekend, Clair strung together an impressive four games, registering 28 points, followed by 26, 19 and 28 at the NW Premier Spring Showcase.
“His performance was outstanding…his best overall tournament I have ever seen from him which says something especially with the great summer he had last year,” explained DRIVE coach, Karn Sharda.
As a result, NCAA programs have quickly come knocking on the sharpshooter’s door collecting offers from Seattle, UC Riverside, Wyoming, and Weber St.
Clair is also drawing interest from schools such as Santa Clara, Davidson, New Mexico State and Hawaii, to name a few, with more coming in bunches.
Stay tuned as NPH continues to follow the progress of this #7-ranked Canadian prospect in the class of 2013, along with a plethora of Canadian talent on the AAU circuit!