2017 Fall Top 100 Recap | Weekend 2

2017 Top 100 Recap

Philly . Metro . Metro Academic . Richmond


Supreme Cook

 Supreme is a long armed, athletic forward who improves every time we see him play.  He was one of the hardest playing guys all camp, and it allows him to score easy baskets in transition and on put backs.  Expect Supreme to have a big high school season with East Orange.

Omer Poleg

 Omer a smooth point guard who controlled the game.  His ability to hit shots from deep with a quick trigger opens up the floor for the rest of his game.  He is also shifty putting the ball on the floor for easy layups when people pressed up to take away his jump shot.

Nate Patterson

Nate is a strong framed guard who has a good handle.  He was in range as soon as he came in the gym, with over 15 made threes during the two events.  College coaches will be all over a player who can shoot it like him and defend multiple positions.

Carter Wilde

Carter was one of the strongest players in the gym this weekend.  His ability to use his frame to separate himself from defenders both in the lane and to rise up for jump shots.  His well rounded offensive game will make him a tough outing for whoever has to guard him this season.

Devin Cooper

Devin was one of the most well rounded players in the gym Saturday. He has the makeup and skill set of a true point guard. Recruitment for Devin should take a big jump this HS season as Devins skill set will be on full display.

Kyle Koob

Kyle has put in serious time and work in the weightroom over the past few months and his game as reflected just that. Kyle played through contact the entire day on his way to an outstanding showing. Kyle’s ability to play a physical brand of basketball on both ends of the floor will be something to keep an eye on moving forward.

Kyle Cardaci

As one of the best shooters on the Jersey Shore, Kyle has the ability to stretch the floor the second he checks into a game. As a shoot first player Kyle made his impact felt early as he started and ended the event off with a flurry of made shots. Look for Kyle to add more parts to develop his offensive skill set this upcoming season.

Raymundo Pastor 

Raymundo made plays around the rim and showed his extended shooting range as he hit shorts from a distance. A high level offensive package paired with a high motor will make Raymundo a very recruitable player moving forward.

  Dow Dunton 

Dow was one of the most talked about players in the gym at the Richmond Top 100. At 6’7 he has great length, to go along with a great skill set. Dow showed college athleticism, an ability to convert in transition and was a constant threat in the half court. He has a knack of rebounding the ball off a miss. Dow will have an immediate impact in college because he is a versatile defender with great IQ.

  Eric Rustin

The first thing you notice about Eric is his SIZE! Standing at 7’0, Rustin has an immediate impact on the game. He uses that length to bother shots at the rim, rebound out of his area, and finish in the paint. He is fairly fluid for a player of that size, and he needs to continue to add muscle to become a dominant low post presence. With a good touch around the basket and natural size like that, he is an extremely intriguing college prospect who showed great productivity in Richmond.



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