won the three-point competition at the inaugural 2011 National High School Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships in Houston, Texas, over Final Four weekend.
scored 19 points, defeating Wake Forest-bound Chase Fischer in the finals.
was one of seven divisional players (Division IV) named a John R. Wooden Award High School Player of the Year of the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section.
also named the co-Most Valuable Player of the Trinity League in southern California, which includes Santa Ana Mater Dei, the 11th-ranked high school team in America.
was a member of the Los Angeles Times' 10-member All-Star team.
averaged more than 28 points per game as a senior, along with five rebounds and four assists.
averaged 34 points and five assists in league play.
scored 48 points against Mater Dei, California's Division I champion.
scored 40 and 41 against Orange Lutheran, Division IV's top-ranked team.
sat out his junior season after transferring back to St. John Bosco High.
transferred to City of Industry Workman High School following his freshman year and averaged 27.4 points, 3.6 rebounds, 2.8 steals and 2.4 assists as a sophomore.
averaged 18 points, five rebounds and four assists per game as a freshman at St. John Bosco.
was a four-star prospect according to Rivals.com and was rated as the 14th-best point guard in the country and the No. 61 player overall.
was also recruited by Iowa, Oklahoma and Miami out of high school.
Born July 14, 1992, Cezar is the son of Martha Guerrero. He is the youngest of three children, with a brother, Joe Covarrubias and a sister, Juanis Gonzalez. Cezar is undecided on his major at Oklahoma State.