Pooley’s Picks – 2016 PSA Prep School Showcase

Pooley’s Picks

2016 PSA Prep School Showcase

Qualifications:  This week we’ll have a little different approach to Pooley’s Picks.  Often, with working at the Hoop Group, I’ll get to travel and see different events.  This past weekend I was able to get down to The Hill School and watch the 2016 PSA Prep School Showcase.  The event was loaded with coaches, talent, and great moments. The following are a selection of the Top 10 things I took away from the showcase.

Picks are in no particular order. Please enjoy the fourth installment of Pooley’s Picks.

Chase Audige: The 6’4″ junior from Hill was very impressive in the win over Isaiah Christopher Academy.  Chase had some electrifying plays, but was also a consistent scorer willing passer.  The wing is quickly going from a high potential kid, to a star.  Look for Chase to continue to develop over the next year and look for Hill to have an extremely successful year under coach Seth Eilberg.




Tyler Jones: The 5’11” senior from Peddie had 20 in an overtime win against Canada Top Flight Academy.  The guard can do it all, and has a much improved jump shot with excellent form and rotation.  Tyler earned his MVP late in the game scoring crucial buckets and running the show.  Thus far uncommitted: Tyler may be a guard that could be on a lot of scholarship schools radars as the HS season draws to a close.

Canada Top Flight Academy (Ottawa) at the 2016 PSA Prep School Showcase

Canada Top Flight Academy (Ottawa) at the 2016 PSA Prep School Showcase

International Flavor:  The 2016 PSA Prep Showcase featured a little basketball from our friends to the north.  Canada Top Flight Academy probably didn’t have their best showing but kept Peddie on the ropes into overtime.  2017 Lual Akot impressed, hitting a couple of deep threes and flushing a couple dunks in traffic.  Overall CTA came down and represented well.  Look forward to see what they have to offer as the season continues.



Walter Whyte: The 6’6″ BU bound guard was tough as he always is.  Carrying St. Luke’s at times, Walter rebounds, scores, handles to ball, and plays defense.  The senior also did what seniors have to do: lead.  Walter was under control and facilitated Coach Gladstone’s game plan all night. An impressive win for St. Luke’s against a talented and well coached Hun School.



Mohammad Bamba: The 6’11” uncommitted senior is the real deal.  The entire Westtown team is the real deal.  Going up against a very good St. James team Mo looked like the NBA prospect that he is.  He blocked shots, scored, rebounded, and most importantly looked comfortable after coming back from injury.  He really is fun to watch.  Worth the trip to the 2016 PSA Prep Showcase just for him.  Lucky for us there was much more.



The Venue: The Hill School was the perfect venue for the 2016 PSA Prep School Showcase.  The gym has a throwback feel, with excellent baskets and a redone floor.  Looks a little like a gym out of the movie Hoosiers with one high rise set of bleachers separated from the court by a 3 foot high padded wall.  On top of that the event felt full, but not crowded, and was loud with a good atmosphere during the close games.




View from the packed coaches section at the 2016 PSA Prep School Showcase

College Coaches:  The 2016 PSA Prep Showcase was loaded with college coaches.  An entire area of the bleachers was dedicated to the college recruiters and it was close to full for every game.  D1, D2, D3, JUCO, and scouts were all on hand to take a look at some of the top talent.  John Calipari, NCAA defending champ Jay Wright, Buzz Williams, Fran Dunphy, and Phil Martelli, were among the few who evaluated and scouted.



Hamidou Diallo: The 6’6″ senior is as sought after as anyone.  Up to #11 in the class of 2017, “Hami” got to the rim all night long.  The explosive guard is one of those players who can score in a variety of ways and create energy on the defensive end of the floor.



Atmosphere: First, the college coaches, next the fans, then the players, this had it all.  There was just an atmosphere of elite basketball and the feel that you get from seeing kids in HS who will be on TV in a few years.  NERR’s National Prep Showcase always signals the start of high school basketball for me.  This event had a similar feel to me: teams early in their season competing at a high level.




Noah Collier, 6’7″ at Westtown, a top 2020 at the 2016 PSA Prep School Showcase

The Freshman: Not necessarily something you think of when talking about a Prep Showcase.  However, the freshman that I got to see in limited minutes were excellent.  Westtown’s Noah Collier is a great kid, with a ton of upside, who can play multiple positions.  His ceiling is exceptionally high, and he even knocked down a couple jumpers.  Seth Berger’s son, backup guard TJ Berger, played limited minutes but showed a lot of potential on and off the ball.  Backcourt mate Seyon Kpaan, looked good in some extended minutes.  Niels Lane played more minutes for a freshman on a Hun School team than I’ve seen.  Coach Stone has some confidence in that youngster, who moves well and has a good feel for the game.  Much better 2020 representation than you would think with so many talented upperclassmen.


Special Thanks to Hoop Major for the videos and helping me cover the event in this article.  Ian Finnen is a rising star, and is going to be very good at whatever he decides to do.

Special shout out to Terrence Williams and the rest of the PSA Cardinals family for running a great event and being so media friendly.  Look forward to this event in the years moving forward.


And of course as always, everybody’s favorite:

Pooleys Picks – Top Northeast Backcourts

Pooley Picks

Top Northeast Backcourts: Maine to Washington, DC

Qualifications: Backcourts are the back bone of high school basketball teams.  In this weeks installment of Pooley’s Picks we dive into the Top Northeast Backcourts, Maine to DC.  Qualifications are simple: The be one of the Top Northeast Backcourts you have to be a team projected to win a lot of games with at least a top-notch point guard and shooting guard.  Wings will be considered especially if they share a load of perimeter scoring or ball handling. Depth will be considered, but no where near as much as the starters, who usually play a large majority of minutes in HS games.  This list is for high schools only (Friends/MAPL league schools will qualify).

Top Northeast Backcourts are in no particular order. Please enjoy the second installment of Pooley’s Picks.


Gonzaga (Washington, DC): Gonzaga has a rich history of great basketball teams and competes in the best high school league in the country.  This years backcourt may be one of the best ever for the Purple Eagles.  Featuring two elite scoring point guards, Gonzaga will be tough to guard and to score against.  Chris Lykes, a 2017 Miami commit, and Prentiss Hubb, a 2018 top ten PG in the country, will run the show and lead a strong backcourt supporting cast.  Also look for Myles Dread, Eddie ScottAnwar Gill, and fan favorite Mike Myers to have standout seasons.  Hard to find a deeper, tougher, and more well-rounded than the Purple Eagles in 2016-2017.

Quote: “They have a great ability to play off of each other, but more importantly they understand how to let the other take the lead…If one is having a great scoring night, the other is always able to have a great facilitating night.” – Steve Turner, Head Coach Gonzaga College High School

Report Card

Ball Handling A Scoring B+ Shooting A- Passing A- Athleticism B-
Defense A- Rebounding B- Experience A Depth A+ Bball IQ A



Hudson Catholic (Jersey City, NJ): Hudson Catholic has one of the Top Northeast Backcourts on talent alone.  Add that to the fact that their guards are extremely well coached while still given the freedom to make plays and you have a great combination.  Lead by the big three of Jahvon Quinerly, Luther Muhammad, and Louis King this team will press, drive, and shoot their way to being a top team in NJ.  Complimented by star senior Tyheem Burno look for Hudson Catholic to play four guards at times.

Quote: “Hudson Catholic has a lot of Experience going into 2016-17.  Considering the teams these guards have played in the last two years, and the balance between Quinerly’s distribution and shooting, and Muhammad’s athleticism, defense, and raw scoring…I don’t see many backcourts in the northeast being better than them.” – Pat Lawless, NCAA Certified Scout MADE Hoops

Report Card

Ball Handling A Scoring A- Shooting B+ Passing B+ Athleticism B
Defense A Rebounding B Experience A- Depth B Bball IQ B+



Patrick School (Hillside, NJ): Coaches Mike Rice and Chris Chavannes have their own three-headed monster in the backcourt this season.  The pre-season #1 team in New Jersey may also have the most balanced backcourt in the country.  Lead by an extremely underrated PG in Jordan Walker, a lights-out shooter in Jamir Harris, and a physically gifted downhill guard in Marcus McClary, the Patrick School will never be outgunned at guard.  Al-Amir Dawes will bring energy, skill, and scoring in bunches off the bench to supplement an already electric bunch.

Quote: “We’re excited about the backcourt we have this year.  Many have experience at the national level and they’re all tough kids who love to win. I like my guys matched up against anyone.” -Mike Rice, Head Coach Patrick School

Report Card

Ball Handling B Scoring B+ Shooting A- Passing B+ Athleticism B+
Defense A Rebounding B+ Experience A Depth B- Bball IQ A-



 John Carroll (Bel Air, MD): John Carroll boasts perhaps the best Point Guard in the country in Immanuel Quickley.  Complimenting him is the up-and-coming Montez Mathis.  Between the two they give you everything you need in the backcourt.  When your looking among the top Northeast backcourts something from each team on this list has to separate them from the pack and with these two its length.  Opposing teams will have a really rough time getting past these two.  Add to the mix Junior Farquhar and this team is going to be fun to watch.

Quote: “John Carroll is not only fun to watch, but they can teach you something about how to play.  All there guards are creative, aggressive, and determined.  Lead by Quickley, I would be shocked if this team doesn’t have a huge edge at the guard position in just about every game. – Zack Curran, Director of Marketing Hoop Group

Report Card

Ball Handling B+ Scoring A- Shooting B- Passing B+ Athleticism A
Defense A- Rebounding B+ Experience B+ Depth C+ Bball IQ A-

Paul VI (Hyattsville, MD): Paul VI may have the most balanced backcourt in the country.  With Pitt commit Aaron Thompson running the show, long-athletic Brandon Slater hitting triples and slashing, and Anthony Harris doing a little bit of everything, this backcourt will be a nightmare to defend.  Adding to the depth is highly-touted freshman Jeremy Roach.

Quote: “…as skilled and fast as we are on the perimeter, the most impressive thing about this group is how quickly the ball moved and how willing they are to defend.” – Glenn Farello, Head Coach Paul VI.

Report Card

Ball Handling A Scoring A- Shooting A Passing A Athleticism B+
Defense A- Rebounding B+ Experience A- Depth B+ Bball IQ A



Imhotep Charter (Philadelphia, PA): Imhotep is known for is pressure defense and tough hard nosed guards.  2016-2017 is no different for the Panthers as they boast two of the top guards in PA.  David Beatty and Darron Russell can do it all, and with help from Bernard Lightsey.  Also look for Chereef Knox (forward who’s developed into a big wing) and Donte Scott to be key contributors as well.

Quote: “We feel we have a very good backcourt.  Dave, Daron, and Bernard…Expect a lot from them on both sides of the court.  When they play well, we feel good about our chances to win.” – Andre Noble, Head Coach Imhotep Charter

Report Card

Ball Handling A Scoring A- Shooting A Passing B+ Athleticism B+
Defense A Rebounding A- Experience A- Depth B Bball IQ B+

Westtown (West Chester, PA): The top two hear are already household names.  Both with size, scoring, distributing, and shooting there are very few guards anywhere that can compare with Randolph and Reddish.  As long as these two bring it every night and stay out of foul trouble, Westtown will have an edge at guard.  Noah Collier, an athletic and talented freshman will start for the Moose. For depth, Coach Berger will look to two freshman to give him valuable minutes: Seyon Kpaan and TJ Berger.

Quote: “Our backcourt of Cam Reddish and Brandon Randolph is not only super talented, but also really together.  Anytime you have two future pros in the backcourt, it’s a pretty special thing.” – Seth Berger, Head Coach Westtown

Report Card

Ball Handling B+ Scoring  A+ Shooting A Passing B+ Athleticism A
Defense  A- Rebounding A Experience A- Depth C+ Bball IQ A-

Blair (Blairstown, NJ): Everyone knows the top two guards at Blair: Anthony Mack and Matt Turner.  Perhaps a new-comer may propel this group into the best guards in the country, keep an eye on Junub Char Chuol.  Chuol has a lot of upside and some buzz around him.  The two known guards Mack and Turner, compliment each other nicely: Turner a strong tough slasher and Mack having one of the best jumpers in the country.

Quote: “Two guards with excellent size, college ready right now.  Both guards can score the ball, get to the rim, defend, rebound and shoot with range.  Blair backcourt would be a difficult matchup for any team in the country.” – Jay Gomes, Publisher NJHoops.com

Report Card

Ball Handling B- Scoring B+ Shooting A Passing B+ Athleticism A-
Defense  A- Rebounding A Experience A Depth B- Bball IQ A-

Neumann Goretti (Philadelphia, PA): Lead by simply the best pure Point Guard in the country, Neumann Goretti is a top Northeast Backcourt for sure.  First, when your leader is also your most talented player, any team is in a good spot.  Second, when your team has a history of being well disciplined and making the extra pass you’re nearly unstoppable.  Finally, look for young guard Christian Ings to have a breakout season.

Quote: “Neumann’s backcourt may not have as many names as some of the other teams.  However, when you have the right name everything just falls into place.  Quade Green will lead the tough guard play of Neumann all year long, he’s so good alone, he makes any group tremendous.  Neumann compliments Quade enough to be in the mix.” – Steve Keller, Owner National Recruiting Report

Report Card

Ball Handling A Scoring B+ Shooting B+ Passing A+ Athleticism A-
Defense  A- Rebounding B Experience A- Depth C+ Bball IQ A


Bishop Louglin (Brooklyn, NY): Markquis Nowell certainly leads the charge here, but this NYC school has guards all over the place.  A team that could legitimately play four guards at once watch Loughlin live off of transition, penetration, and three-point shooting this season.  Watch out for Keith Williams lighting up the scoreboard, guards Tyrese Gaffney and Jordan Thomas all over the floor, and wing Adrien Nunez drilling big shots.

Quote: “Bishop Loughlin’s backcourt duo is one of the best on the east coast. Junior PG Markquis Nowell is a high level playmake and class of 2017 Cincy commit Keith Williams has shown he can score in a variety of ways and dominate the game. These two will be a big reason why the Lions receive national attention this year.” – Pat Lawless, NCAA Certified Scout MADE Hoops

Report Card

Ball Handling A Scoring A- Shooting B+ Passing B+ Athleticism A-
Defense  A- Rebounding B+ Experience A- Depth A Bball IQ A-

New York City Guards Aren’t Dead By a Long Shot:

I keep hearing this talk about how NYC guards aren’t what they used to be.  I’m starting to think that’s silly.  They may not have more than one team on this list, but that’s because the talent of one city is spread a bunch.  Christ the King’s Tyson Walker and Jose Alverado are studs.  St. Ray’s has one of the best guards in Isaiah Washington (complimented by Dallas Watson and Omar Silverio). Saquan Singleton (Scanlon) and young Posh Alexander (Our Savior Lutheran) are two more.  Finally, you get to Molloy and WOW: Cole Anthony and Khalid Moore!  I know this list may not reflect it from a team backcourt… but if you’re looking for guards, New York City is still one of the first stops you have to make.


Other Notes:

Special thanks as always to Steve Keller and the National Recruiting Report, certainly he is the star of the show.  Also, thanks to the coaches who helped with some information and quotes on there teams.  Thanks to Jay Gomes of NJ Hoops and Zack Curran here at HG.  Finally, a big thanks to Pat Lawless for some information and breakdown.  Follow all the guys above on their twitters (linked above) and follow me HERE.


HG alumni ranked in 2018 ESPN top 60

2018 ESPN top 60

Eighteen Hoop Group alumni players were listed in the recent 2018 ESPN top 60 recruits list.

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The following is a list of Hoop Group alumni, by ranking, info and scouting reports.

2018 ESPN top 60

#4 Nazreon Reid, PF
6-8, 215 lbs
Asbury Park, N.J.
Roselle Catholic High

Nazreon Reid, a 6-8, 215-pound power forward hailing from Asbury Park, N.J., ranks No. 4 on the 2018 ESPN top 60 list while he dominates the east. The Roselle Catholic High forward is No. 1 in New Jersey and No. 1 in the eastern region. Nazreon Reid has exceptional ball handling for a player his size, and his natural talent shows. He has 15 schools interested.

#5 Cameron Reddish, SF
6-7, 190 lbs
Norristown, Pa.
Westtown School

No. 5-ranked Cameron Reddish is the best in his position, according to the 2018 ESPN top 60 recent rankings. Cameron Reddish is No. 1 in Pennsylvania and No. 2 in the region, so it’s no wonder he has eight schools on his tail. Scouting reports say Cameron Reddish’s talents have been undeniable from day one and he can create big mismatch problems as a utility guy.

#6 Silvio De Sousa, PF
6-8, 220 lbs
Montverde, Fla.
Montverde Academy

The 2018 ESPN top 60 listed Silvio De Sousa at No. 6 in the nation, and he is turning heads in the south. Hailing from Montverde, Fla., the power forward from Montverde Academy utilizes his power and athleticism to drive the ball. Silvio De Sousa has two early offers.

#12 Keldon Johnson, SF
6-4, 175 lbs
South Hill, Va.
Park View High School

(Credit Big Time Highlights)

Keldon Johnson is at the top of the 2018 class in Virginia. The No. 12-ranked small forward is peaking the interest of 10 schools so far. An exceptional scorer, Keldon Johnson thrives in the lane.

#18 Jalen Smith, PF
6-8, 195 lbs
Baltimore, Md.
Mount St. Joseph High School

(Credit Next Best Basketball)

Jalen Smith combines natural ability, size and athleticism. The power forward out of Baltimore, Md., is at the top of his class in the state. The future is bright for the Mount St. Joseph High School sophomore.

#19 Immanuel Quickley, PG
6-3, 180 lbs
Bel Air, Md.
The John Carroll School

Knowledge of the game and great instincts earned Immanuel Quickley the No. 19 spot on the latest ESPN top 60 list. The point guard out of the John Carroll School is second in the state of Maryland.

#27 Louis King, SF
6-7, 190 lbs
Roselle, N.J.
Pope John XXIII High School

No. 27-ranked forward from Roselle, N.J. has already drawn attention from seven schools. Louis King grew four inches in the last two years, and his potential is through the roof.

#28 Jahvon Quinerly, PG
5-10, 160 lbs
Jersey City, N.J.
Hudson Catholic High School

Hudson Catholic High point guard Jahvon Quinerly has great instincts and is highly skilled in his class.

#29 Brandon Slater, SF
6-5, 180 lbs
Fairview, Va.
Paul VI High School

Five schools are eyeing this small forward out of Fairview, Va. Paul VI High’s Brandon Slater is dangerous on both sides of the court and is ranked No. 2 in the state.

#30 Isaiah Mucius, SF
6-7, 190 lbs
Saint James, Md.
St. James School

St. James School’s Isaiah Mucius is starting to grow into himself as a 6-7, 190-pound small forward. Isaiah Mucius is No. 3 in the state.

#32 Jalen Carey, PG
6-2, 170 lbs
Montclair, N.J.
Immaculate Conception High School

Scouting reports say No. 32-ranked Jalen Carey is a talented playmaker. The Immaculate Conception High guard is No. 4 in New Jersey.

#34 Jaedon LeDee, SF
6-7, 215 lbs
Houston, Texas
Kinkaid School

No. 34-ranked Jaedon LeDee has 18 southern schools eyeing the small forward out of Houston, Texas. An unselfish player, the 6-7, 2015-pound player at Kinkaid School can really make scoring plays.

#42 Dane Goodwin, SG
6-3, 175 lbs
Columbus, Ohio
Upper Arlington High School

No. 42 Dane Goodwin has the foreseeable future laid out for him. The 6-3, 175-pound shooting guard committed to Ohio State in 2014. The son of a college coach, his basketball IQ is through the roof.

#43 David McCormack, C
6-9, 280 lbs
Norfolk, Va.
Norfolk Academy

At 6-9 and 280 pounds, Norfolk Academy center David McCormack has four schools already eyeing the prize. He’s big … He’s strong, and he’s unstoppable in the paint.

#44 Kiyon Boyd, SF
6-5, 195 lbs
Washington, D.C.
Howard D. Woodson High School

Small forward Kiyon Boyd is developing nicely at Howard D. Woodson High in Washington D.C. Coming in at the No. 44 spot, his eagerness and work ethics will make him hard to pass up on.

#47 Robby Carmody, SG
6-4, 185 lbs
Mars, Pa.
Mars Area High School

No. 47-ranked Robby Carmody is starting to peak interest.

#52 A.J. Reeves, SG
6-4, 195 lbs
Chestnut Hill, Mass.
Brimmer & May

No. 52 in the nation but No. 1 in Massachusetts, A.J. Reeves, shooting guard at Brimmer & May, is starting to develop into his 6-4 body. He has size advantage on the court.

#60 Rasir Bolton, PG
Burlington, N.J.
Life Center Academy

Rasir Bolton hails from Burlington, N.J. The Life Center Academy guard is No. 5 in the state.

Marvin Bagley, a 6-9, 220-pound power forward from Sierra Canyon High was No. 1 in the nation. Earning the No. 2 and No. 3 spots respectively were Romeo Langford, a 6-5, 185-pound guard for Langford of New Albany Senior High and Jordan Brown, a 6-9, 210-pound center from Roseville, Calif.

See the full list of ESPN’s 60.

Philadelphia Top 100 Recap


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This past Friday, Hoop Group was at Competitive Edge Sports Complex in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania for the Philadelphia Top 100. This loaded Top 100 tipped off a weekend that consisted of three total Top 100/Jr Elite clinics. The talent level was very high in Philadelphia Friday night and the end result was a great event for everyone involved.

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While the majority of attendees at the Top 100 reside in the Philadelphia area, it was encouraging to see a handful of players make the trip from further distances to put in work on a Friday night. Of those players were Friends School’s Ryan Gomes, Myles Douglas and Jihar Williams. All three guys brought a high level of play and showed why they are Division I recruits.

Ryan is 6’10 post player who already holds an offer from Mount Saint Mary’s and has interest from Loyola and Towson. He is 6’10 and athletic, with an ability to get up and down the floor. He possesses great footwork inside and is a solid defender. His teammate, Myles Douglas, is a top player in the state of Maryland. He’s a 6’6 wing and is very versatile; he plays with a nice pace and is fantastic at running the floor and getting easy baskets. Myles is a high major recruit and is getting looked at by schools such as West Virginia, Syracuse, Miami and Maryland, to name a few. Lastly, there was Jihar Williams. Jihar is an elite shooter, probably the best we saw all night. He can shoot from mid range, three point land, off the dribble and stepping into it.

Myles Douglas is a versatile  wing with a lot of high majors looking at him

Myles Douglas is a versatile wing with a lot of high majors looking at him

In addition to some out of state talent, we also saw a lot of local prospects at Competitive Edge. One player that stood out was PET Charter junior Jakwon McQueen. The 6’6 wing is extremely athletic and likes to remind everyone of his athleticism by trying to dunk everything. He attacks the rim and tries to punish it with dunk after dunk. Then there was Devin Smith (Upper Dublin ’16). Devin is a long 6’6 and a very good defender. He was very good at contesting shots and making it tough for opponents to score.

Another exciting wing was Matthew Faw, a sophomore from Upper Merion High School. Matthew is listed at 6’7 and the first thing that sticks out to you when you watch him is his athletic ability. He moves swiftly on the court and explodes off the ground. Add to that a promising mid range game and he becomes even more interesting as a prospect. Additionally, 6’7 forward Jacob Walsh (Sanford ’16) showed some skills. Jacob did a lot of damage inside, whether it was attacking the glass for offensive rebounds or finishing down low around the rim. He was very patient and poised inside and it led to easy baskets.

With all this talk about wings and post players, you’d think there were no guards at the Top 100. It was quite the opposite, actually. We saw a lot of solid guard play Friday night, with sophomore David Beatty leading the way. We saw a lot of David at Hoop Group Elite camp this summer; he can play. He is a tough guard who plays with an endless motor. Don’t let him get a head of steam because if he does, it’s near impossible to stop him from scoring.

David Beatty is set to have a great sophomore campaign at Archbishop Carroll this season.

David Beatty is set to have a great sophomore campaign at Archbishop Carroll this season.

Other true point guards included Noah Warren (Neumann Goretti ’18), who put on a display of creative and crafty passes all night. The 5’9 guard showed an ability to distribute the ball to his teammates at a young age, but also can knock down the open shots when open. Similarly, New Jersey guard Jaythan Vereen (Deptford High ’17) was another young point guard that did some damage. He could not be kept out of the lane; once he was there he showed a perfect combination of dump off passes and finishes that made him a problem to contain.

Aside from point guards, guys like Charlie Martin (Conestoga ’17) and Dylan Haslett (Bensalem High School ’17) proved Friday that they could be consistent shooters. Dylan has a very nice looking shot and showed great confidence shooting the basketball, coming off of screens and hitting threes off the dribble. Charlie is a great all around finisher who also can shoot off the dribble from as far out as three point distance.

Last but certainly not least, we’d be foolish if we did not mention Cam Reddish, freshman at the Haverford School in Haverford, PA. We saw Cam both at Future All-American Camp and Summer Classic East this summer; he is a top player in his class in the state of Pennsylvania. Cam has a knack for scoring the basketball. He’s 6’5 and a threat to shoot from the outside all the time. One thing that is so impressive about Cam is the arsenal of moves he has at such a young age. He is tough to stop because he can finish in a variety of ways. Remember his name because this is a player with a very high ceiling.

Cam Reddish is one of the best players in the class of 2018 in PA, and is only getting better.

Cam Reddish is one of the best players in the class of 2018 in PA, and is only getting better.

The Philadelphia Top 100 had some of the best talent you could ask for for a one day event. We saw a wide range of talent, from high major Division I to terrific Division III players. It was a very strong event and more importantly, a great way to start a jam packed weekend of basketball. Next stop on the Tour is in Baltimore next weekend. DMV area, sign up now!

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All Colleges and Scouting Services who Attended Philly Top 100
National Recruiting Report
Hoop Scoop
Bob Gibbons All-Star Sports
Moravian College
St. Mary’s College
Penn State-Harrisburg
York College
Muhlenberg College
Susquehanna University
Delaware Valley College
Marywood University
Eastern University
Arcadia University
Albright College
Penn State-Abington
Northhampton Community College
Cairn University