Posted On: 11/11/19 2:01 PM

Corona Centennial should be a fun team to watch this season, and a big reason why is Jayda Curry.

A junior guard, Curry was lighting it up all summer with West Coast Elite on the AAU circuit. She'll have her pick from multiple Division 1 schools. She currently holds offers from Fresno State, Hawaii, Long Beach State, Loyola Marymount, New Mexico, San Diego State, UC Santa Barbara, and UC San Diego.

Although she'll still have another year of high school basketball left after this one, Curry is already sure of what she's going to be looking for when the time comes to choose where to play at the next level.

"Just somewhere that I feel comfortable," Curry told Prep Hoops. "Somewhere I know I'm going to play because that's really important to me, to be able to compete at a high level. Really somewhere that feels like a second family, a second home where I can really fit in and do what I want to do."

While playing with West Coast Elite in the offseason, Curry was teamed up with quite a few talented players who can score in their own right. She played alongside fellow Centennial teammate Trinity San

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