San Diego Lands 2014 Combo-Guard From Los Angeles


A class of 2014 combo-guard has decided to spend his days as a college basketball player in San Diego playing for Bill Grier and the Toreros, his coach announced.

Khalil Bedart-Ghani – 6’3” 185 pounds – hails from Loyola High School in Los Angeles, Calif., one of the most renowned high school basketball programs in the country. Bedart-Ghani plays alongside 3-star recruit Max Hazzard, who holds offers from Brown, Cal Poly, LMU, San Jose State and UC Irvine (according to ESPN), and McDonalds All-American and UCLA commit Thomas Welsh. Arizona commit Parker-Jackson Cartwright also played for Loyola, but had to withdraw from the school earlier this month due to an academic issue.

Bedart-Ghani is regarded as an athletic player that excels in transition. His highlight tapes show him throwing down several dunks in traffic, something that not many 6’3” players can do at the high school level. Most of his scoring in his highlight tapes was done by putting the ball on the deck and taking the ball to the rack.

The two-star recruit according to ESPN and Rivals joins point guard Marcus Harris as San Diego’s 2014 recruiting class . The Toreros have two scholarships available for next season, with Dennis Kramer and Mike Davis departing after this year.

Highlight Tapes:

(UA Classic Highlights)

(Junior Year Highlights)