Cezar Guerrero, the highly touted sophomore guard who transferred to Workman after his freshman year at St. John Bosco, is returning to St. John Bosco his junior season according to Workman coach Martin Flores. After posting highlights of Guerrero last week, commenters wrote in saying Guerrero was seen practicing on different summer league teams, and Flores finally confirmed the rumors this afternoon. “We just got his transfer papers,” Flores said. “I didn’t speak to Cezar but the way I look at it, people choose their own path and do what is best for them. He obviously felt this was the right thing for him to do, so we wish him the best and we will focus on what we have coming back.” Guerrero, the area’s best young prospect since Glendora’s Cameron Murray and one of the top soph’s in the country according to several recruiting publications, averaged a Valley best 27 points. He led the Lobos to an undefeated run to the Montview league title and a 20-6 overall mark. This is Guerrero’s third school in three years, though technically he is returning to where he originally started. He filed a financial hardship to attend Workman — was denied by CIF — then won an appeal. Whether he will be allowed to return to St. John Bosco without penalty will be up to CIF-SS officials.