June 5, 2012
DAVIS, Calif. - Clint Bozner, who signed a national letter of intent with the UC Davis men's basketball program this spring after a standout season at L.A Trade-Tech College, has been ranked the 86th-best recruit by JucoRecruiting.com.
Bozner is a 6-foot-8 forward who graduated from Villa Park High School in Southern California in 2010 and was a standout for L.A. Trade-Tech last season where he averaged 17.5 points, 10.8 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.1 blocks per game.
Bozner tallied at least 20 points in nine games including scoring a season-high 26 against Mt. San Antonio College. He tallied 24 against both East Los Angeles College and Pasadena City College, the latter in which he completed a double-double with 14 rebounds. He earned All-South Coast Conference first-team honors.
He enjoyed a prolific prep career at Villa Park, averaging a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds per game as a senior while adding four assists per game. Bozner was named a McDonald's All-America nominee and was an All-Century League first-team selection.
Bozner is part of a talented group of new players for head coach Jim Les who will be entering his second year with the program next season. Also joining the Aggies are post player Spencer Clayton (Mt. Hood Community College), guard Darius Graham (Sacramento High School), forward Tyler Ott (Desert Hills High School, Utah) and guard Olivier-Paul Betu (Worcester Academy, Massachusetts) who each signed National Letters of Intent during earlier signing periods.
Transfers Igor "Iggy" Nujic, a post player from UTSA, and guard Avery Johnson from the University of San Francisco will also be part of the Aggies.
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