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0 - Marcus Graves
Marcus Graves
Height: 6-0
Weight: 180
Year: Fr.
Hometown: San Diego, Calif.
High School: Westview HS
Position: G
Experience: HS

High School
A 2014 graduate of Westview High School in San Diego…played his senior season at Westview after playing two years at North Carolina’s Independence High School…was the starting point guard at Westview where he was a first team all-section and first team all-Palomar League choice after helping lead the team to an 18-11 record and a quarterfinal appearance at the CIF Div. I San Diego Section quarterfinals…during that senior season, he played all 29 games, averaging 17.6 points, 5.4 rebounds and 4.6 assists per game while shooting .479 from the field and .368 from the 3-point line…notched the school’s first-ever triple-double when he had 10 points, 10 rebounds and a school single-game record 11 assists in a win against Scripps Ranch High School…his 509 points and 132 assists were the second best single-season marks in Westview history…named to the North County San Diego All-Star roster, and proceeded to score 25 points in the All-Star game while being named the North MVP…prior to Westview, Graves played two years of varsity basketball at Independence High School in Charlotte, N.C…as a junior in 2012-13, he helped the squad to a 24-6 overall record, a third round appearance in the state championship, and 4A Southwestern Conference regular season and tournament titles…that season, he was a first team all-league choice and team MVP after averaging 12.4 points, 4.8 assists, 3.2 rebounds and 2.3 steals per game…named to the Dream Team at Independence HS in 2012-13, a reward given to top athletes, citizens and scholars.

Personal
Parents are Fred and Michele Graves…a business administration major…father, Fred, has 12 years of coaching experience in the National Football League, and is currently the wide receivers coach with the San Diego Chargers…his mother, Michele, was an All-American softball pitcher for the University of Utah, and was inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame.

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