Philadelphia Top 100 and Jr. Elite Top Performers



Philadelphia Top 100 and Jr. Elite had quite the strong turnout of talent which featured a number underclassman looking to make a name for themselves during this upcoming season. Here is a list players that shined above the rest from this weekend’s action in Philly.

Quade Green | Neumann-Goretti (Pa.) | 5-10 | 2017
Despite being one of the younger players at camp, you really couldn’t tell based on his poised play on the day. Green showed that he is a combo guard that always has his head up looking for the open man in transition. He also showed a knack for getting to the rim and creating his own shot as well.

David Beatty | Archbishop Caroll (Pa.) | 6-3 | 2017
Beatty was the go-to guy for his team as he showed that he more than willing to take on the task. He used a nice euro-step and hop-step to evade defenders and score baskets in the lane. Beatty also used pin-point passing to set up open teammates.

LaPri Pace | Conwell-Egan (Pa.) | 6-0 | 2016
Pace used his wide frame to muscle smaller defenders and score around the rim. He also kept defenders honest as he also showed a nice shooting stroke from beyond the arc.

Shakaris Davis | St. Benedict’s (N.J.) | 6-3 | 2014
Davis used his all-around game to take defenders off the dribble and finish at the rim in addition to showing a nice touch from deep as well. He showed tremendous hustle all day which gave him a huge edge against the competition

Tieon James | Forest Park (Md.) | 6-2 | 2014
James finished a number of layups as he was able to blow past anyone that had his assignment. The lefty guard did a nice job pushing the tempo and finding open teammates in transition as well.

Vincent Pace | Bridgewater (N.J.) | 6-5 | 2014
Pace played like every coaches dream as he was able to score from wherever on the court. Whether it was pouring in baskets  from deep or close, defenders had a headache all day trying to guard the forward. Pace also gave it all he had on the defensive end as well as on the glass. He showed a nice ability to rebound and stop whoever he was assigned to guard.

Joshua Yorke-Frazer | Vaughn Road Academy (Can.) | 5-9 | 2014
Yorke-Frazer served as his team’s floor general all afternoon. He showed a great ability to get his teammates involved and that he was more than dependable in running his squad. He rarely turned the ball over and seem composed at all times.

Stevie Jordan | Conwell-Egan (Pa.) | 5-10 | 2016
Jordan was great at pulling up off the dribble and knocking down a number of jumpshots. He could really fill it up and it only took him an inch of daylight for him to get his shot off.

Marquis Collins | Chester (Pa.) | 6-6 | 2016
Collins used his height and nice leaping ability to finsh baskets around the rim and rebound the ball for his team. His length was also disruptive on the defensive end. He altered a number shots and even recorded a few blocks.

Joseph Shelton | Church Farm (Pa.) | 6-2 | 2014
Shelton found his spots on the court and executed well in knocking down a number of mid-range baskets.





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