The House twins are transferring to Arizona Compass Prep

Class of 2026 prospects Kaden and Kalek House who spend their first two years at Desert Mountain High School have transferred to Arizona Compass Prep in Chandler. The House twins whose father Eddie House played in the NBA for 11 seasons.

Both of them are 6-foot-3 shooting guard and led Desert Mountain to the Arizona Interscholastic Association playoffs in their freshmen and sophomore seasons. Kaden averages 25.7 points, 7.9 rebounds, 4.3 steals, and 3.8 assists per game. While Kalek is averaging 16.8 points, 5.9 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 1.7 steals per game. 

Now the House twins will be playing on a national level and Compass is a top five program that has been competing for a national championship each season. Both players have been highly recruited by division one schools such as Grand Canyon, New Mexico, Arizona, Arizona State, Michigan, Washington State, and other schools. 

Kaden is a great defender and rebounder. A hard nose player who is a great decision maker, as well as a great shooter. Kalek is a solid player who is a great defender. Also an excellent scorer and a great court vision.

Their older brother Jalen played at New Mexico last season and made All Mountain West and led the Lobos to the Mountain West Conference tournament championship this past season. The House twins are predicted to be the elite of the family. With both of them at Compass they will be getting a lot of national exposure.

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