East Bay basketball is receiving an influx of Australian talent. St. Mary’s has made a habit of finding Australians and getting them to play at a high level in Moraga.
It’s time for Cal to get into the action. Welcome Grant Anticevich from Sydney!
Aussie forward Grant Anticevich just verbally committed to California, per sources. Had visited Georgia Tech & Davidson as well.— Evan Daniels (@EvanDaniels) March 2, 2017
Anticevich appears to have prototypical collegiate size for a wing, with Daniels listing he is up to 6-8 (he was listed at 6-6, 180 about a year or two ago). Anticevich apparently has a seven foot wingspan, which fits right into the Cuonzo Martin blueprint—long athletic wings who can disrupt even the best offenses out there. In recent games he’s racked up a bunch of double doubles. Check out his Hudl profile for some of his game highlights.
Cal now has five commits in their 2018 recruiting class, with four slated to join the Bears in 2017. With Cal losing most of their wing talent (Jabari Bird, Grant Mullins Stephen Domingo, Roger Moute a Bidias), it makes sense for the Bears to restock.
- Wing Jemarl Baker
- Wing Juhwan Harris-Dyson
- Forward Justice Sueing
- Wing Trevin Knell (is expected to go on a mission)
Welcome Grant everyone! Go Bears!