Ben Roseborough is a 12-year old point guard from Elk Grove, California. Standing at 6 feet tall already, Roseborough averaged 32 points, 10 assists and 12 rebounds per game in his most recent season for California Middle School.
If averaging a triple double wasn’t impressive enough Roseborough has been named EBC MVP in 2014, 2015 and 2018, he also is ranked 6th in Coast to Coast Preps 2024 class rankings.
Roseborough tries to mimic Lebron James on the court because of his complete basketball profile. When he needs to be aggressive Roseborough attacks the rim, if he see’s the open man he is capable of making the pass plus he is always hustling on offense and defense.
Roseborough is always working on his game and has some big goals set for 2019. He wants to be named a top performer at the MSHTV Showcase, EBC All-American Camp and John Lucas Camp.
At the next level Roseborough’s goal is to win a National Championship at Christian Brothers High School. Playing for Coach K at Duke is another aspiration of his but he knows he has a lot of work to do before even thinking about college ball.
Off the court Roseborough likes to incorporate his marital arts training to help with basketball, he also envisions himself one day as either becoming a barber or sports reporter.
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