Should Miles be taking notes from his younger brother?

Miles Cartwright is coming off one of his worst games of the season — a 1-7 shooting performance against Princeton at Jadwin Gymnasium. Meanwhile, his younger brother Parker Jackson-Cartwright is tearing up the high school circuit, despite being listed as just 5-7.

City League Hoops TV recently spotlighted the diminutive junior point guard from Los Angeles, who ESPN calls "the best point guard . . . [it has] seen since Baron Davis laced them up at Crossroads High School." Validating this high praise, Jackson-Cartwright has already reeled in offers from virtually every Pac-12 school, including Arizona, Washington and UCLA.

Unlike his brother, however, Jackson-Cartwright's unlikely to come knocking at Penn's door anytime soon. In addition to having storied basketball programs, Arizona and UCLA are both currently on the rise in college hoops, and it goes without saying that the Quakers have gone anywhere but up since last season.

Still, it's nice to dream.

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