Academic Elite 2 Day 3 Top Prospects


Reading, Pa– As day three came to a close, we inch closer and closer to championship Friday. Friday is a big day for several teams, but before we get into the team story, here are some more guys who showed great promise on day three.

Tyler Dunn | 2016 | Forman School (CT)

A top performer during session one of Academic Elite, Tyler was back for session two showing us again how well he can shoot the ball. He’s a 6’4 wing with a super smooth stroke. He’s proven this summer that he can make open shots, something every team needs.

Joey Polczynski | 2016 | Emmaus HS (PA)

The 6’6 wing has been impressive this week, in several aspects of the game.  He has the ability to be a go to scorer at times, scoring from the inside and out. He’ll also carry the load on the boards, using his athleticism to haul in rebound after rebound.

Ryan Omslaer | 2017 | St Peter’s Prep (NJ)

Going into his junior year, Ryan, along with his brother Parker, will be two bigs to look at in Jersey. Ryan is 6’9 and plays well down low. He’s been battling with the other bigs at camp this week and has been getting the best of them in head-to-head match ups. He’s a good rebounder, can pass out of the post and sets great ball screens.

Kevin Hoehn | 2017 | Morristown HS (NJ)

Kevin is on of the many high IQ guards we’ve seen at camp. Also a tremendous student, Kevin is strong with the ball in his hands, has good range shooting the basketball, and rarely makes mistakes defensively. As a rising junior, you can see why several academic D1s are looking at him.

Darius Inzar | 2016 | Hackley (NY)

Darius is one of the quicker guards at camp with the ball in his hands. He runs North-South and pushes the ball down the floor in a hurry. When the game is in a fast pace, he’s in control. He showed to be good in transition, blowing by guys and finishing strong at the rim.

Nate Duda | 2016 | St. Andrews (MA)

Nate is a versatile shooting guard. His athleticism is what sticks out when you see him play; Nate is very athletic, which helps on both the offensive and defensive end. His leaping ability also allows him to play bigger than his 6’5 body. He’s a tough kid who will definitely help a college program.

James Yang | 2016 | James E Taylor (TX)

James was a shooter today. While the six foot guard proved to be a tenacious defender, applying constant pressure to his man, his shooting is what stood out on day three. James was a great catch and shoot player and also was able to pull up off the dribble from the mid range area.

PJ Ringel | 2017 | Malboro (NJ)

PJ is a heady point guard with a great motor. He’s constantly flying around the court, on offense and defense. The six foot point guard is at his best knifing into the lane, where he is so good at finishing amongst bigger defenders. He’s also a good passer when help steps up.

Ijavion Ivory | 2016 | Pemberton (NJ)

Ijavion has very good size at the guard position. Standing at 6’3 his length cause problems for his opponents. On defense he deflects passes and makes it hard for smaller guards to get by him; he also has shown some shot blocking ability. Offensively, he’s a capable shooter, but is at his best going to the rim.


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