New England Top 100: Top Performers

It was great showing today at Wentworth Institute of Technology. Jr. Elite featured a number of up and coming players from the region, while Top 100 served up a great showcase as well. Here is a list of notable players that stood out among the rest.

Tyrique Nichols | Putnam (Ma.) | 6-2 | 2015
Nichols used his great motor to outwork the opposition and create easy scoring opportunities. Rocking the high-top fade, Nichols also did a nice job getting after it on the offensive glass. Coaches had be to impressed by the kid’s great worth ethic.

Da’Jon Streeter | Notre Dame Prep (Ma.) | 6-3| 2014
At 6-foot-3 the taller than average point guard used his height and ability to exploit smaller defenders. Streeter was streaky from deep, but showed tremendous hustle following his own missed baskets.

Tyonne Malone | Williston Northhampton (Ma.) | 6-5| 2016
The wiry lefty was an extremely active presence on the day. He did a great job collecting a number of rebounds and putbacks while also showing off a nice touch from deep.

Pat Welch | Pembroke Academy (Ma.) |6-0| 2014
Welch used great IQ to find his spots on the floor and convert open baskets. He thrived in transition as well as he finished on a nice made basket after being fouled.

Boz Bernstein | Marianapolis Prep (Ct.) | 5-10 | 2015
Bernstein sized up his defenders in the half-court and found ways to cross them up time and time again. His ability to create his own shot, often ended up with a made jumper or floater in the lane. He also did a good job of finding the open man on a number of occasions.

Isiah King | Marianapolis Prep (Ct.) | 6-4 | 2016

King was an absolute workhorse that showed that he wasn’t afraid of contact. He crashed the boards nicely and ran the floor very well finishing a number of dunks and layups in transition.

Travis Descoteaux | Marianapolis Prep (Ct.) | 6-1 | 2014

Despite his team’s lack of production, Descoteaux  was still able to put together a few impressive performances on the day. Great elevation on his jump shot allowed him to sky over defenders and knock down a flurry of shots from deep.

Oliver Benner | Charleston (Ma.) | 6-4 | 2014
Benner showed nice versatility being able to shoot from the post as well as the perimeter. He did a solid job rebounding in traffic and was very unselfish in finding open teammates.

Nise Zouzoua | Boston Trinity (Ma.) | 6-2 | 2015
Zouzoua made it look easy how he was able to crossover and blow by defenders at will. He showed great change of speed and hesitation as he lolled the opposition with a slow pace dribble. Then, in the blink of an eye you found him at the rim for two points.

Anthony Green | North Quincy (Ma.) | 6-8 | 2014
Green finished very nicely around the rim as he rebounded and put back in a number of missed baskets. The polished big showed off a nice array of low-post moves as he finished a collection of layups and dunks in the lane.

 

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