Evan Mobley, right, stands with his father, Eric, at a recent game at the University of Southern California, the school where his brother, Isaiah plays, his father coaches and where Evan will attend in the fall. Evan is the No. 1-ranked high school basketball player in the United States, according to many outlets. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Jeff Pack Staff Writer Evan Mobley is the best high school basketball player to ever come out of the Temecula Valley. That much is undeniable.  On Monday, April 1, was awarded the Morgan Wootten National Player of the Year, the annual award is given to the best high school basketball player in the country. All that remains to be seen from the 7-foot senior from Rancho Christian High School in Temecula is how good he can be.  His coach at Rancho Christian, Ray Barefield, has said, “He is as perfect a basketball player that I’ve ever seen. We all know he’s going to be in the NBA. When he picks up weight and if he’s on the right team, he could be an all-star with a big-time career.” His Compton Magic club coach Etop Udo-Ema told The Undefeated, “I’ve been coach
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