HIGH POINT, N.C. -- Jahaad Proctor and Andre Fox scored 28 and 22 points, respectively, as High Point broke away from William & Mary 100-66 in a season opener on Friday night, reaching 100 points against a Division I opponent for the first time in a decade.
Proctor and Fox were the first two to score 20 or more since 2015, and the Panthers shot 61 percent from the field (37-61). The 28 points was a career best for Proctor, a sophomore transfer in his first game for High Point. He was 9-of-14 shooting, made six of his seven 3-point tries and added six assists.
Mannion, who recently reclassified and is ESPN's No.11 overall player in the class of 2019, chose Arizona over Marquette.
He'll fit in with Sean Miller's plans for a faster tempo on offense.
The cream of the crop of American high school basketball will congregate in Colorado Springs from Oct. 5-7, as USA Basketball unveils its newly expanded Junior National Team minicamp in collaboration with the NBA, NCAA and NBPA.