New York City Top 100 Recap

The Hoop Group Top 100 tour made its final stop at Riverbank State Park (NY) this past Friday. There was plenty of talent on hand ranging from the classes of 2015 to 2019. It was great to finish the Top 100 tour on such a high note. Here is a recap of Friday’s events, including head shots, combine results and player evaluations.

Player Head Shots
Player Measurements
Player Evaluations

Also, here are some of the players who stood out Friday night:

Losini Kamara (‘17 SG/Long Island Lutheran, NY)

Kamara was knocking down shots on a consistent basis. The one question mark with his game has been his jump shot and he definitely answered that question Friday night. He was also looking to get others involved. Long Island Lutheran has a stud in Kamara. He is definitely someone to keep an eye on.

Tyrone Cohen (’16 SG/Christ The King, NY)
The Christ The King product had a great showing on Friday night. He showed off his shot making ability while being very explosive on the perimeter. Cohen will add a lot to a loaded Christ The King team this year. There is definitely a reason why Division 1 coaches are starting to take notice of him.

Daniel Cabassa (’17 SF/Holderness Prep, NH)

Cabassa showed off his rebounding ability as well as his athleticism. He is a guy with a very high ceiling and someone who will make an impact any time he steps on the floor. He showed at the Top 100 that he will only continue to improve.

Ismael Massoud (’18 SG/Berkeley Carroll, NY)

Massoud has a tremendous amount of potential. He has good size for his position and knows how to play the game. He got others involved while still being very assertive scoring the basketball. It will be fun to watch his game grow.

Maxwell Lorca (’18 C/Poly Prep, NY)

Lorca’s play improved as the Top 100 went on. He showed off his touch around the rim as well as his high upside. Standing at 6’8” with a good body for a high level of basketball, the sky is the limit for Lorca. He will make a huge impact at Poly Prep this year.

Deondre Bourne (’17 SG/Leman Prep, NY)

Bourne has a very advanced basketball I.Q. and has great court vision. Bourne’s shot making ability is also at a high level. Once he puts on muscle Bourne will be a prospect multiple college programs will go after. Overall, he had a great showing at the Hoop Group Top 100.

Honorable Mentions
Klay Brown (’16 SG/Christ The King, NY)
Emmanuel Chukwu (’16 PF/Monsignor Scanlan, NY)
Mikey Mota (’17 PF/Christ The King, NY)
Davis Franks (’17 SF/Collegiate School, NY)
Tyreek Grayson (’17 SG/Lakewood, NJ)

Player Head Shots
Player Measurements
Player Evaluations

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