"It's hard to remember many players in the recent history of the B.C. prep game who could entirely change the momentum of a contest based on their quickness and economy in the open court.The schools themselves won't know who is coming until well into the spring and summer. Carleton seems to be at the front of the queue.
"Yet Scrubb, bound next season for Ottawa's CIS No. 1-ranked Carleton Ravens, is just such a player."
Scrubb's father, Lloyd Scrubb, played at UVic in the 1980s, meaning he would have been there when the Vikes won their seventh national title in a row in 1986. Imagine the son helping the Ravens go after their seventh title.
Scrubb makes it look easy; Vancouver College star is one who can change a game (Howard Tsumura, Vancouver Province)