Elite 1 Day 2 Standouts

Elite 1 rolled in in Reading with a full day of action on Wednesday. The live period officially began at 5PM, and a host of division 1 coaches were present for an evening full of action. Below, we run down a few of the standout performers.

G Saquan Singleton | 2017 | Monsignor Scanlan

Don’t be surprised to see a serious uptick in the recruitment of Saquan Singleton this week. The 6-foot-5 guard is very smooth with the ball in his hands. More often than not, Singleton was able to get into the paint and create for others as well as himself.

SG Marques Watson | 2018 | Thomas Jefferson

At 6-foot-4, Marques Watson possesses an intriguing blend of length and athleticism along with a very good skill set. Watson is unselfish and often looks to create for his teammates. He dishes out accurate passes with either hand, and is an ambidextrous finisher at the rim as well.

PG Antone Walker | 2017 | Friends Central

One of the first things which stood out about Antone Walker was his tenacity when defending on the ball. Walker picked up 94 feet and used his quick feet to turn his man several times and stay in front. While on the ball, Walker was difficult to stay in front and converted a number of crafty finishes around the basket.

SG Cormac Ryan | 2018 | Milton Academy

There was plenty of hype surrounding Cormac Ryan heading into Elite 1, and he’s certainly proving himself worthy of it. The highly skilled 6-foot-5 guard demonstrated a terrific feel for the game and dished out several nice passes to his teammates. Ryan constantly penetrated opposing defenses off the bounce and scored efficiently around the rim.

PG Jahlil Jenkins | 2017 | Virginia Academy

Jahlil Jenkins, who claims offers from LIU Brooklyn, Howard, St. Peter’s, and most recently Fairleigh Dickinson, is primed to reel in a few more offers given the way he played today. Jenkins, who displays a high skill level, has the ability to score it from all three levels and consistently get into the paint and create for others. He scored 16 points in a span of about 7 minutes to help bring his team back from an early deficit.

G Mike Speight | 2017 | Wise

Heading into camp claiming a half-dozen offers, there’s a good chance that more could come in this week for Mike Speight. At 6-foot-3, Speight is a dead-eye three point threat who did a nice job mixing it up and finishing in traffic. He moves well off the ball and seeks contact in the lane.

PF Jordan Camper | 2017 | Chester

Jordan Camper demonstrated big time athleticism throughout the day. The long-limbed, athletic power forward ran the floor with purpose and effectively contested shots at the rim. Camper finished off a handful of dunks in traffic, including a big time alley-oop during the morning session.

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