Carlos Boozer’s 6’9″ Son Just Won Gatorade National Player Of The Year As A HS Sophomore

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Cameron Boozer, Carlos Boozer’s son, just won the Gatorade National Player of the Year Award given to the nation’s best high school basketball player.

The kicker is 6’9″, 215-pound Cameron Boozer is only a high school sophomore and still has two years to refine his talent before college.

The 2023 Gatorade National Player of the Year Award was announced on Wednesday. 5x NBA All-Star Kevin Love presented the award to Cameron Boozer who plays at Christopher Columbus HS in Miami, Florida.

Famous athletes chimed in to wish Cameron congratulations

Kevin Love wrote “Just the beginning!!!

Lisa Leslie wrote “Wow! Wow! He made it!!!! That’s super dope Booz!!! Congrats @cameron_boozer_12 The sky’s the limit.

Mark Jackson commented “Congrats!!! and Rip Hamilton added “Congrats nephew!!!

Cameron’s proud father, Carlos Boozer, who made $143+ million in his 13 NBA seasons also shared the video on his Instagram page and commented “🎉🎉🎉.. so proud of you” on Cameron’s video.

Boozer’s award-winning season was capped off with back-to-back state titles. His team is on a historic run right now, thanks to his domination on the court.

Since entering high school, Cameron Boozer has been dominant since Day 1. As a freshman, he became the youngest player ever to be named a Top 100 Camp All-Star:

Cameron’s dad Carlos was a McDonald’s All-American and a two-time PARADE All-American, winning back-to-back state titles when he was in high school.

As a Junior, Cameron will start to field a LOT of offers from colleges. His dad, Carlos, was a national champion with Coach K and the Duke Blue Devils.

According to 247Sports, Cameron already has offers from Arkansas, Duke, Florida State, Miami, and Michigan. But there is no indication of which team he is leaning toward as of yet.

Cameron Boozer is already considered the top prospect in the 2025 recruiting class. 247 has him listed at a perfect ‘100’ rating as a power forward.

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