Men’s Basketball Signs Three in Bradley, Mojus and San Antonio

Men’s Basketball Signs Three in Bradley, Mojus and San Antonio

FULLERTON, Calif. – Cal State Fullerton men's basketball head coach Dedrique Taylor announced on Thursday that Doctor Bradley, Mojus Mojus (pronounced mo-juice) and Tory San Antonio signed National Letters of Intent to join the program for the 2019-20 season and beyond. All three signees are Southern Californians.

"Most importantly these three guys fit the bill in terms of who we want to be," Taylor said. "They are awesome kids, high-character guys that are willing to put in the work and become the players their talent suggests they should be. Versatility is the keyword with this group of guys. They can play multiple spots for us, they can get downhill and they can become really good shooters. Most importantly, they are all local, Southern California guys.

"I think it's important for our brand," Taylor said. "It is important for us to mine our backyard and for us to find quality, high-character young men that fit what we're looking for. But, being from Southern California means they bring their own audience and that's important for us as we build our brand and culture of guys that are from here and take advantage of this opportunity in front of their friends and family."

Bradley, a native of Gardena, is a 6-7 guard from Junipera Serra High School.

"He's versatile, "Taylor said. "He's 6-7, he's long, he's athletic, and he can run the wing on the break as well as he can lead the break. He can rebound the ball. I think he can become a guy that is a really good scorer for us but the thing that is most important about him is that he really looks to facilitate and get other guys going. He looks to make the easy play in a point-guard type of way and is a playmaker with really good vision."

Mojus, from San Diego, is a 6-3 guard and currently attends Balboa City School.

"He doesn't say a whole lot, but at the end of the day, he's got the ability to be very productive," Taylor said. "He can play multiple positions and create from anywhere on the floor. I think all three of these guys complement each other very well. He can catch-and-shoot with great range and he's athletic enough to be able to get to the rim and finish."

San Antonio hails from Moreno Valley and is a 6-4 guard from Rancho Verde high school. He is a three-star recruit per

"Tory has a toughness about him that we need in our program," Taylor said. "I think he's tough, he's also versatile and can play multiple positions for us. He can guard multiple spots but can also score at all three levels in terms of at the rim, pull-up jumpers and from three. He gives us multiple options to run our offense the way we want to run it."


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