Elite 2 — Day 2 Standouts

READING, Pa.–It’s been a very productive and busy day at Albright College, with the second July live period starting on the first day of competitive play at Elite 2.

Here are our standouts from the day’s action:

Bryce Wills | 2019 PG | Iona Prep, NY

Wills, who holds offers from ten Division I schools, proved himself to be one of the top rising sophomores–if not overall players–here at Albright. Wills has the body of a wing with the handles of a point guard at 6-foot-5. A recent recipient of a Penn State offer, Wills demonstrated a smooth jump shot and unselfish pinpoint passing ability.

Jalen Carey | 2018 PG | Immaculate Conception, NY

Carey proved that he can do it all offensively, finishing in a variety of ways around the rim, with strength and finesse. The wiry 6-foot-2 guard currently has offers from eleven Division I schools, including high-majors like Pittsburgh, Temple, and Seton Hall. For a rising junior, Carey certainly has a lot to look forward to with his versatile skill set.

Rasir Bolton | 2018 PG | Carlisle School, VA

Bolton showed up just after his team’s first game, but wasted no time getting acclimated in their second game as he scored 10 of his team’s 12 points in the first quarter. The ESPN Top 60 point guard was crafty and tough to stay in front of off the bounce, shot it well from deep and played under control and made plays throughout the game.

Jordan Caruso | 2018 PG | Staten Island Academy, NY

If you want to talk about one of the more dominant guards during day two, Caruso may not have been your guess before the day, but he had us all talking throughout the day as he knifed his way to the basket and finished regularly through contact. He isn’t the smoothest guard, but he’s a good athlete, has a quick first step and was one of the best scoring guards throughout the day.

K-Vonn Cramer | 2019 G/F | Mount Pleasant Academy, DE

Talk about an athlete, Cramer had people raving over his dunks from the jump in the first game set of the day. He may not have the complete package, but his size and athleticism at his young age are things that show that he’ll likely be a force to reckon with as his skill set catches up to his athleticism.

Zach Jacobs | 2017 PF | Trinity Episcopal, VA

Jacobs is the perfect big man to have in a camp setting, because he’s versatile, runs the floor and rebounds at a high rate. He’s also a recruitable kid because of his high grades and ability to step out and play on the wing. Jacobs exhibited all of these attributes, and shows why he has a handful of offers from Towson, Drexel, Air Force, Campbell, JMU, ETSU, NJIT and Furman.

Jake Forrester | 2018 PF | Westtown School, PA

One of the most decorated players at camp in terms of an offer sheet, Forrester was stellar on both ends of the floor. A local product, the rising senior holds offers from several area schools like Penn State, Penn, and Temple, as well as six other Division I schools. Forrester’s size and athleticism allow him to drive to the rim with authority and finish in contact with ease.

Arashma Parks | 2018 PG | Commonwealth, VA

A recipient of seven offers, which include six mid-majors and high-major Pittsburgh, Parks rattled many rims during his games Wednesday. While Parks’ strong and bulky 6-foot-8 frame allowed him to dominate around the rim, he also showed a wealth of coordination and finesse with the ball in his hands.

(Contributors: Jeff Griffith and Jack Herron)

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