Academic Elite II All-Star Rosters

Ivy League All-Stars


Tony Ellington Jr. (2015 / Trenton Catholic)

Colin Dougherty (2015 / Lockport)

Isaiah Lewis (2015 / Churchville Chili)

Austin Vaughn (2015 / Coral Springs Charter)

Justin Gorny (2015 / South Park)

Max Mahoney (2016 / Ridge)

Jordan Bonner (2015 / St. Andrew’s)

Dakpe Yiljep (2015 / Westtown)

Austin Pauga (2015 / IMG Academy)

Christopher Rogers (2016 / Tri-Cities)

Erik Werheim (2015 / Montville Township)


Tim Quashie (2015 / Putnam Science)

Sam Barrett (2015 / Taft School)

Isa Brandon (2015 / Heritage)

Daniel Vila (2015 / Conestoga)

Julius Stormra (2016 / Gil St Bernards)

Jimmy Panzini (2016 / St. Anthony)

Andrew Diehl (2015 / Conestoga)

Jeffery Redband (2015 / Batavia)

Zach Snyder (2015 / Seneca Valley)

Patrick Ehland (2015 / Mt Lebanon)

Adam Mitola (2016 / Gil St Bernards)

MVP: Dakpe Yiljep


Patriot League All-Stars


Jordan Sechan (2016 / St. Luke’s School)

David Clark (2016 / Long Reach)

Sammy Robinson (2016 / Lawrence)

Tristan Le Mon (2016 / Chatham)

Keyon McCutchen (2016 / Reading)

Jerraune Jenkins (2016 / Seton Hall Prep)

Adam Alexander (2016 / Pine Richland)

Marley Blommers (Chatham Kent)

Kevin Blaser (2018 / IMG Academy)

Sukhmail Mathon (2016 / Dallas)


Morrison Rubin (2016 / W T Woodson)

Zachary Rowe (2016 / Cherokee)

Lorenzo Bascon (2016 / Georgetown Prep)

George Walker (2016 / St. Albans)

Elijah Boyd (2016 / St John’s Catholic Prep)

Austin Gregg (2016 / Notre Dame GP)

Luke Irons (2016 / Central Bucks West)

Brooks Mays (2016 / Highland)

John Crown (2016 / Hanover Park)

Dylan Mitchell (2016 / River Hill)

MVP: Sammy Robinson


NESCAC All-Stars


David Goldman (2017 / Riverdale Country School)

Connor Walsh (2017 / Gleneig Country School)

Gabriel Rohmann (2017 / Central Catholic)

Connor Crabtree (2017 / Orange)

Daniel Weiss (2017 / Marlboro)

Noah Ehlin (2017 / Council Rock North)

Michael Winterburn (2017 / Clarksburg)

Michael Ward (2017 / St. Paul’s)

Gordon Hill (2017 / Calvert Hall)


Jake Needleman (2017 / Rutgers Prep)

Chris Longo (2017 / Ridgefield)

Logan Vosburg (2017 / Orange)

Antonio Gamboa (2017 / St. Joseph’s Metuchen)

Ethan Blum (2017 / Pingry School)

Michael Morreale (2017 / Gil St Bernards)

Brian Monaghan (2017 / Morristown-Beard)

Devin Jensen (2017 / Manasquan)

Taj Benning (2017 / Bergen Catholic)

MVP: Jake Needleman


Top Performers From Day Three Of Academic Elite II


Thursday provided more exciting action at Academic Elite Session II. A couple players stuck out as top performers and we break it down. For more coverage, visit our Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter profiles.

John Kirincic (2015 / Cleveland Heights / Cleveland, OH): Kirincic is just a go-to scorer. The 6-foot-1 guard got his team baskets when they needed it most, whether it be through his outside shooting or ability to attack the lane. He’s also a lockdown defender.

Kevin Blaser (2018 / IMG Academy / Bradenton, FL): At 6-foot-4, Blaser has good size and strength, and he takes advantage against smaller defenders. He also possesses a nice jumper, especially off the dribble.

Brandon Anderson (2016 / Don Bosco / Ramsey, NJ): Anderson showcased nice control with both his dominant and weak hand, along with an uncanny ability to penetrate the paint.

Jehyve Floyd (2016 / Sayreville / Sayreville, NJ): The Holy Cross commit displayed his high intensity on defense, as well as his ability to past well out of the post. Floyd’s inside and out game proved to be one of the best in camp.

Top Performers From Day Two Of Academic Elite II


Day two of Academic Elite Session II is in the books, and Albright College was filled with talented campers. We breakdown the top performers from Wednesday. If you missed any of our other coverage, make sure to check out our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter profiles.

Adam Mitola (2016 / Gil St Bernards / Gladstone, NJ): Mitola is a coaches dream. Not only is he a tough defender, but the 6-foot-2 guard is smart with the basketball and is a light-outs shooter.

Stefan Goles (2016 / Chatham / Chatham, NJ): The Chatham forward proved his versatility on Wednesday. At 6-foot-6, Goles crashed the boards and moved great without the ball. He’s a plus passer for a big man, as well.

Sukhmail Mathon (2016 / Dallas / Dallas, PA): The big man uses his lengthy frame to block shots, but he also has the athleticism to run and finish in transition.

Austin Pauga (2015 / IMG Academy / Bradenton, FL): Although he’s 6-foot-5, Pauga can flat out shoot the ball. Combine this with his ability to guard multiple positions and you have a very well rounded player.

Phillip Newsome (2015 / Potomac / McLean, VA): Newsome drew attention after beating a defender in transition with a nasty euro-step move. Watching the 6-foot-4 guard for a while, it was easy to tell that this was only one move in his large arsenal.

Morrison Rubin (2016 / Woodson / Fairfax, VA): The 5-foot-8 point guard was arguably the most unselfish player on the court yesterday. Once Rubin penetrated the lane, he immediately found an open teammate.

Top Forwards from Day Two of Elite Camp

Despite the scattered rain showers that passed over Albright College, Elite Session 1 campers still put on a show as the live recruiting period began. High energy games provided an intense atmosphere when Division I coaches could begin to evaluate at 5:00 p.m. We analyze Wednesday’s top performers from the forward/center position.

Top Forwards From Day Two

Mamadou Ndiaye (2016 / Oakland Mills / Columbia, Md.): A bit of a raw prospect, Ndiaye worked well above the rim, taking advantage of his athleticism. His tall frame and length also made him a force on the defensive end.

Walker Wilson (2015 / Newark Tech. Newark, NJ.) Wilson is not someone you want to battle with down low. Strong and athletic, he is an absolute beast on the glass. When he’s not grabbing every board in sight, he’s probably in the paint blocking or altering shots.


Jake O’Neill (2016 / St Augustine Prep / Richland, NJ): The 6-foot-10 big man immediately stands out for his size, and his talent keeps the coaches watching. O’Neill’s solid post game is complimented well by his rebounding prowess.

Wyatt Walker (2015 / Providence School / Jacksonville, Fla.): Wednesday, Walker proved to be one of the most well rounded big men at Elite Camp. The 6-foot-9 forward moved great without the ball and constantly crashed the offensive glass. He also did a good job checking 7-foot-1 center Satnam Singh.

Kashif Davis (2015 / Cardinal Hayes / Bronx, NY): The lengthy forward did solid work in transition, finding open passing lanes and finishing at the rim. Davis also showed signs of being a plus rebounder.

Alexander Long (2015 / Mount Zion Prep / Upper Marlboro, Md.): The 6-foot-8 forward made his presence felt on both ends of the floor. In the post, Long has a good set of moves and made some nice passes as well. With an insane wingspan, he blocked everything in sight on Wednesday.

Satnam Singh (2015 / IMG Academy / Bradentown, FL.) It’s not often you see a 7 footer as coordinated as Singh. He was dominant today in his play. Once he caught the ball in the post it was all over; he was either scoring or drawing a foul. He’s also a guards dream to play with, being 7’1 and having tremendous hands.



The live period is underway and the final two days of Elite Session One will provide more exposure to the ultra-talented group of campers, so continue to follow the Elite Blog for more coverage. Behind the scenes pictures/videos can also be found on our Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook profiles.

Day One Recap: Elite Session One


Tuesday kicked off the first day of Elite Session One and it did not disappoint. Campers, first, refined their skills at different stations, learning from our staff of expert coaches. Then, a couple of rim-shaking dunks and killer crossovers highlighted the evening’s games. We breakdown Day One’s top performers.

Day One Top Performers

Conner McBride (2016 / Flint Hill / Oakton, Va.): The 5-foot-11 guard always had his eyes up court and showcased phenomenal passing ability. In one of the most impressive plays of the day, McBride threw a no-look pass between his legs to give Winston Jones (Valley Stream HS) a wide open two handed slam.

Kellan Grady (2016 / Catholic Memorial / West Roxbury, Ma.): In only the first few games of the day, Grady proved that he was one of the top competitors in the camp. Despite being 6-foot-3, he battle on the boards against much larger big men. Above all, his ability to push the ball and score in transition was the most eye popping.

Justin Wright (2015 / HS for Construction / Queens, NY.): Wright used his blinding speed to drive into the lane with ease. Once he had his defender beat, the 6-foot-1 guard also displayed his uncanny ability to finish around the rim. He is definitely one to watch the rest of Elite Session One.

Kelly Hamilton (2015 / Roosevelt / Brooklyn, NY.): The 6-foot-9 big man snatched almost everything on the boards and his athleticism was apparent while playing in transition.

Brett Buisson (2016 / Godwin / Richmond, Va.): Buisson moved great without the ball and seemed to find every hole in opposing defenses. He also used his length and athleticism to finish around the basket and crash the offensive glass.

Mohammad Bamba (2017 / Westtown / Westtown, PA.): Bamba is a very long post at 6’9. Today he showed that he can do two things very well: crash the boards and dunk the basketball. Many young post players have trouble finishing strong at the rim, Bamba does not. He had several powerful dunks that shook the rim and caught people’s attention.

Unique McLean (2016 / Hoosac School / Hoosik, NY.): McLean is a very, very good guard. At 6’1 he is very quick and can attack the basket in transition. He also has incredible hops. Today, while on a fast break he threw the ball off the backboard to himself and finished it. Crazy athleticism plus good skill makes him a player to look for.

Day One is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to excitement and play making for Elite Session One. Be sure to check back later in the week for more coverage of the talented camp at Albright College. Behind the scenes pictures/videos can also be found on our Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook profiles.