Team Final STINKS! Team Final is the BEST!

Both of these contrary statements are, indeed, true!

Team Final, with 2 McDonald’s All Americans/Members of USA National team, struggled to make it to Peach Jam in 2017.

In 2018, Team Final has gotten off to a 1-7 start on the Nike EYBL Circuit.

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They are struggling on the court… The wins are hard to come by… EYBL ain’t sweet!

One could conceivably argue, “Team Final STINKS!”

Would be hard to counter such an argument….

Until…

The 2018 NBA draft is held on June 21, 2018 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. On that evening, at least three, maybe four, guys that played for Team Final in recent years will become multi-millionaire NBA players. Mikal Bridges and Lonnie Walker appear destined to be lottery picks. Tony Carr may also be off the board before the end of the first round… NCAA Championship MVP Donte DiVincenzo could make it a quartet of “Final Fam!” members with guaranteed NBA contracts for the 2018-19 season.

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Mikal Bridges (right), Team Final Alum

They would join Tyreke Evans, Dion Waiters, Rakeem Christmas, Malachi Richardson, Rondae Jefferson and Michael Gilchrist as “FinalFam” members in the NBA…

They struggle to win on the EYBL Circuit… They STINK!

They will have at least 3 more NBA players in about 8 weeks… They are the BEST!

What REALLY matters? Honestly speaking… It’s the latter…

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Lonnie Walker, Team Final Alum

 

 

 

 

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Black Cager Catching Up…

 

As we transition into Spring… Let’s take a quick stroll through the Philly Hoops landscape… Mid-April 2018…

Live Period begins in 5 days… There’s been some coaching changes… the 2019 class in Philly is loaded… Who will stay home?

The Sixers

The Sixers are on the verge of GREATNESS… Ben Simmons is the ROY… Joel Embid is a legitimate MVP candidate… The Sixers will, at least, make it to the Eastern Conference Finals… They should win an NBA title in the next 36 months if Brett Brown is truly a good coach. Admittedly, I fuckin’ hated “the process”… the losing intentionally was excruciating. I was NOT an admirer of Sam Hinkie… I did NOT trust that shit…

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Ben Simmons, Rookie of the Year Candidate

I was wrong!

Tanking was clearly in the long-term interest of the Sixers ball club. Still hated it though. Sam Hinkie was correct.

It seems like they haven’t lost a game since the Obama presidency… Had to briefly touch on the Sixers. But, that is the most I have ever written or said about the NBA… Black Cager’s focus is on collegiate, scholastic, AAU/Grassroots and youth basketball.

Amateur basketball in Philadelphia is the subject we have a LOT to cover…

Jay Wright, Best Coach in Big 5 History

For the second time in thirty-six months, Jay Wright has led Villanova to an NCAA National Championship. It should be acknowledged that Wright is among the top 2-3 coaches in college basketball. He is definitely on a par with or ahead of guys like Izzo, Boeheim, Self, Roy, Huggins and Calipari.

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Jay Wright, 2 time NCAA Champion

Jay is the best Big 5 coach ever and pushing up on Coach K nationally…

Conceivably, one could still make a case for John Chaney.  Indeed, many still consider Coach Chaney the finest coach in the history of the Big 5. When pressed, however, with 2 national titles, I would concede that Wright has inched ahead of the legendary Temple coach.

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Temple HCIW Aaron McKie and Hall of Fame Temple Coach John Chaney

While Jay rules the basketball universe Philly’s other D1 programs are undergoing significant changes in leadership.

Dunph to Coach One More Season

It has been announced that Fran Dunphy will coach his final season at Temple this year.

By all reasonable measures, Dunphy has been a very good college basketball coach. In the last 12 seasons, Temple has made nine postseason appearances, including seven NCAA Tournaments.

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Fran Dunphy, Winningest Coach in Big 5 History

Good Stuff…

Dunph is the all-time winningest coach in Big 5 history with 557 victories, Dunphy’s teams went 310-163 in 17 seasons at the University of Pennsylvania. The Quakers played in nine NCAA Tournaments. He is the all-time winningest coach at Penn and ranks third on Temple’s all-time coaching win list with a 247-152 record.

More good stuff…

Ultimately, it came down to the fact that Temple fans/alums expect deep NCAA tournament runs. Dunphy never made a deep run. That matters at Temple.

Make no mistake, Dunphy is a very good basketball coach. More importantly, Dunph is my friend… my Ol’ Head. I am rooting for Dunph to make a deep run as he transitions away from Temple basketball.

Aaron McKie, Head Coach In-Waiting

Every day we inch closer to the moment when the hopes, dreams and expectations of the Temple faithful are placed on Aaron McKie’s broad shoulders.

Sometime in April 2019, Aaron McKie will assume the reigns of the Temple program. How will he do? What type basketball will McKie’s Owls play? We will have to wait a year for answers to those questions. We can observe and assess McKie’e effectiveness on the recruiting trail. Black Cager will closely watch his efforts to assemble the 2019-2020 Temple Owls.

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Temple Head Coach in Waiting, Aaron McKie

Will Temple return to fielding teams composed of top local players such as Donta Scott, Dahmir Bishop, Isaiah Wong, Mikeal Jones and Seth Lundy?

Can Aaron get the top guys to stick around?

Gonna be interesting to watch… I like his chances…

Phil Martelli, The Dean of Local Coaches

Bruiser? Gone… Dr. John Giannini? Gone… Jerome Allen? Gone… Dunphy? Taking a final lap…

Meanwhile, over on City Ave… Phil Martelli prepares for season number 23 running the St. Joseph’s program. Yet again… He’s positioned for a run at an A10 Championship with a talented group of young Philadelphia players…Charlie Brown (George Washington/Philly Pride), Chris Clover (St. Joseph/Philly Pride), Fresh Kimble (Neumann-Goretti/Team Final) and Ryan Daly (Archbishop Carroll/Jersey Shore Warriors) demonstrate that Martelli and his staff recruit Philly very well.

Martelli is a significant figure in Philly Basketball and has been for more than two decades… He rumbled Speedy… He had epic confrontations with Chaney… He played a home and home with Bruiser every year… Now he will be facing Ashley Howard on the court and competing with Aaron McKie in living rooms.

Martelli is an OG…

While things have changed across the city, they’ve stayed the same on Hawk Hill…

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St. Joseph’s 2016 A10 Tournament Champions

Martelli’s Hawks won the Atlantic 10 Tournament and went to the NCAA tournament in both 2014 and 2016. Additionally, Phil has three former players in the NBA. Jameer Nelson ’04 (Pistons), Langston Galloway ’14 (Pistons) and DeAndre Bembry ’16 (Hawks) are established league players. Guard and wing prospects have taken note of Phil’s success placing guards on All-League Teams and in the NBA and top European leagues.

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SJU Head Coach, Phil Martelli

Some believe Phil has another serious NBA prospect on his current roster… 6-7 SF/SG Charlie Brown has caught the attention of NBA scouts.

Freshman forward, Taylor Funk has demonstrated that he is a great shooter. He’s very accurate with exceptional range extending to the NBA 3 pt line. Brown and Junior Point Guard Kimble return to action after medical redshirt seasons.

Most recently, Phil landed Daly who is transferring from the University of Delaware. Daly will sit a year and have two years of eligibility remaining.

La Salle Hires Nova Assistant Ashley Howard

They put my youngin’ on at La Salle. For those steeped in the history of the Big 5, Howard’s hiring has special significance. Howard is the first Black Men’s Basketball Coach in the history of La Salle University.

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La Salle Coach Ashley Howard and his father Mo Hoaward

This was an extremely popular choice among those in the Philadelphia basketball community. Will their elation translate into support for the Explorer program? Will top local prospects want to play for the Explorers? How will Howard do on the recruiting trail?

There’s a lot of BUZZ surrounding La Salle’s recruiting and his staff… Which recruits will he target? Who’s will he be hiring?

Ashley Howard and Donnie Carr are formidable recruiters and the 2019 class in Philadelphia has several HIGH MAJOR prospects. Look for La Salle to go after the best Philly has to offer.

Zack Spiker and The Dragons

Zack Spiker was hired as head coach of Drexel on March 25, 2016. Spiker replaced former head coach Bruiser Flint (Episcopal Academy/St. Joseph’s). He has the Drexel program headed in the right direction. Last season, Spiker led Drexel to four more victories over the total for the previous year. Then on February 22, 2018, Spiker led Drexel to an incredible 34-point comeback win over Delaware, the largest comeback win in Division 1 history.

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Drexel Head Coach, Zack Spiker

On the recruiting trail, Spiker seems to be zeroing in on Lucas Monroe (Abington HS/Team Final).

Black Cager College Coach of the Year, Kevin Baggett

Kevin Bagget’s Rider squad was 22-10 and regular season champions last season. Baggett and his top Assistant, Dino Presley do an OUTSTANDING job recruiting the Philadelphia region.

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Rider Head Coach Kevin Baggett with sophomore SF Dimencio Vaughn

The Rider roster is filled with area players like Ahmad Gilbert (Constitution HS) and Kimar Williams (Constitution HS) join Stevie Jordan (Conwell-Egan/API), Tyere Marshall (Martin L. King, HS), Anthony Durham (Abington, HS), Jordan Allen (Dover HS) and Dimencio Vaughn (Calloway HS).

Baggett will continue to recruit Philadelphia with vigor.

Ivy League Champion Penn Quakers

Steve Donahue has the Quakers back at the top of the Ivy League. The Quakers went 24-9 last season and made the NCAA Tournament.

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Jacob “The Voice” Schwartz and Penn Head Coach Steve Donahue

Jake Silpe (Cherry Hill East HS), Camden’s Darnell Foreman (Pitman), Devon Goodman (Germantown Academy), Ryan Betley (Downingtown West) have helped restored the program.

Lucas Monroe and Chris Arcidiacono project as Ivy League qualifiers. Roy Somerville (Shipley/Philly Pride), Chris Ings (Neumann-Goretti HS/K-Low Elite) and Allen Powell (La Salle University) are also very strong students.

Doug Overton has Lincoln on the Right Track

Doug Overton landed Jordan Camper ’17 (Chester HS) last year. This year he picked up Tamir Green (Constitution HS/Philly Pride).

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Lincoln University Head Coach, Doug Overton

Overton has made inroads in Delaware County and Philadelphia. This helps as he competes in the highly competitive CIAA.

RC Kehoe is Landing D1 prospects at Holy Family

Holy Family’s RC Kehoe (Roman Catholic) is punching above his weight class on the recruiting trail. He got a commitment from Dahmir Montague (Neumann-Goretti HS/Hoopdreamz). Lefty sniper Eric Esposito (Conwell-Egan/Philly Pride) is also on board.

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Holy Family Head Coach, RC Kehoe

West Chester’s Damien Blair is Building a D2 Powerhouse

Damien Blair led West Chester to final record of 22-7. Coach Blair reaches the 20-plus win marker for the forth time in his10 seasons at the helm. Blair’s Golden Rams won their first-ever NCAA Tournament game and managed to tie a program record with 12-straight wins to start the year. West Chester was ranked as high as No.17 in the country throughout the season.

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West Chester Head Coach, Damien Blair

Blair recruits the region very well. Colin Daly (Archbishop Carrol HS), Jawan Collins (Academy Park), Matt Penecale (Abington HS), Steve Smith (Fairfield HS), Tyrell Long (Bishop McDevitt), Terrence Moore (Audenreid) are notable locals on Blair’s roster.

Arcadia’s Justin Scott

Justin Scott has did very well recruiting last season. He brought in Da’kquan Davis (Roman Catholic HS). Davis was MAC Commonwealth Rookie of the Year… He played in 26 games during the season, starting 25… Averaged 14.2 points and 4.3 rebounds per game while shooting 47.6% from field goal range and 75.4% from the free throw line…

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Arcadia Head Coach, Justin Scott

Philadelphia Area College Free Agents (Uncommitted Transfers)

Ryan Daly (Delaware) – Committed to St. Joseph’s
Zane Martin (Towson) –
Anthony Durham (Rider) – Re-committed to Rider
David Beatty (South Carolina) –
Nazeer Bostic (Penn State) –

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Towson All-League Sophomore Zane Martin has asked for a release

Area Shoe Company Circuit Rosters are LOADED with D1 prospects

All of the shoe company circuit teams and the top independent clubs have talented players. You can find D1 talent on many rosters.

Philly Pride 17U

Philly Pride 17U has Donta Scott ’19, 6-7, PG/SF, (Imhotep). Donta holds offers from St. Joseph’s, La Salle, Temple, South Carolina, Georgetown and Penn State. Donta will take unofficial visit to Georgetown in late April. He has visited South Carolina and Maryland. Chris Arcidiacono Post-Grad, 6-4, PG/SG, (Neshaminy) holds offers from Delaware, Quinnipiac, Eastern Kentucky and Mt. St. Mary’s. Ray Somerville ’19 6-9 C/PF (Shipley) has been offered by Stonybrook. Hartford, NJIT, High Point and La Salle. Hakim Hart ’19, 6-6, SG (Roman Catholic) holds offers from Bowling Green, NJIT, Temple and La Salle. Jamil Riggins ’19 6-7 PF/SF (Imhotep) has Coppin State, Central Connecticut State and Rider offering full rides. Jamir Reed ’19 PG/SG (Mastery North HS) holds an offer from Kent State. Reggie James ’19, SG (Trenton Catholic) has an offer from NJIT.

WeRone 17U features Eric Dixon ’19, 6-8 PF (Abington) has narrowed his choices down to Louisville, Virginia, Villanova and Seton Hall. Qudus Wahab ’19, 6-11 PF/C (Flint Hill School) holds offers from Syracuse, Clemson, Virginia Tech, Colgate Rutgers, Umps, Pittsburgh, VCU, Seton Hall, St. John’s, St. Joseph’s and Old Dominion. Isaiah Wong ’19, 6-3 PG/SG (Bonner-Prendie) holds offers from La Salle, Rutgers, Saint Joseph’s, Monmouth, Seton Hall, Pitt, TCU, UConn, Tulane, Temple, Memphis, Miami and Villanova. Alexander Rice ’19, 6-3 PG/SG has Illinois State and Pitt among others. Hofstra and Rider have offered Chereef Knox ’19, 6-6 PF/SF (Imhotep).

Team Final 17U has Jon Bol Ajak ’19 6-10 C (The Church Farm) who holds offers from Georgetown, UConn, Pitt, Rutgers, Saint Louis, Seton Hall, Syracuse, Wake Forest and Villanova. Seth Lundy ’19 6-6, SF (Roman Catholic) has been offered by Bowling Green, Penn State, Temple, UConn, VCU, La Salle Oregon. Mikeal Jones ’20 6-8, PF (Girard College) hold offers from Penn State and Villanova. Khalif Battle ’19 6-4, SG (Trenton Catholic) holds offers from UConn, Iona, Rutgers, St. Joseph’s Syracuse, Washington, Miami and VCU. AJ Hoggard ’20 6-3, PG (Archbishop Carroll) has offers from Seton Hall, Rutgers and UConn. Lynn Greer, III 6-3 PG holds offers from St. Joseph’s, Oregon, Penn State and Temple.

K-Low Elite 17U features Seth Pinkney Post Grad 7-0 C (Archbishop Wood). He holds offers from UMass, Towson and Coppin. Christian Ray ’19 6-5 SF (Haverford School) has offers from Bowling Green, Central Connecticut State, St. Francis, PA, NJIT and Stonybrook. Chris Ings ’19 6-2 PG (Neumann-Goretti) has been offered by Stonybrook, Mt. Saint Mary’s and La Salle. Dahmir Bishop ’19 6-5 SG (Imhotep) Bowling Green, La Salle, NJIT, Penn State, Hofstra, Saint Joseph’s, Rutgers, Seton Hall, VCU, Temple. Karam Cummings ’19, 6-4 SG (Imhotep) has an offer from St. Francis, PA.

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Naheem McLeod (PYO Basketball/Plymouth-Whitemarsh)

PYO Hoops’ Naheem McLeod ’19, 7-2 PF/C (Plymouth-Whitemarsh) has offers from La Salle, Temple and Villanova. He will once again be running with Ahmin Williams ’18 6-1 PG (Plymouth-Whitemarsh) and Ahmad Williams ’18 6-3 SG (Plymouth-Whitemarsh.

Meet you at the gym…

 

 

Mahalich is the Favorite to Replace Dr. G…

La Salle University has been playing Varsity Men’s Basketball since 1931. Over the course of those 87 years, La Salle has had 18 Men’s Basketball Coaches.

100% have been white males!

La Salle University Athletic Director, Bill Bradshaw has had a long career heading up Athletic Departments at La Salle, DePaul, Temple and back to La Salle again. Over the course of his career, Bradshaw has headed numerous search committees. Under his leadership, these institutions have hired Speedy Morris, Pat Kennedy and Fran Dunphy to be Head Basketball Coaches. He has also headed a few football searches that yielded Al Golden, Steve Addazio and Matt Rhule. Bradshaw-led searches results have a common element:

100% have been white males!

Seems like 2 man race heading down the stretch at 20th and Olney…

Hofstra Head Coach, Joe Mahalich and Villanova Assistant Coach Ashley Howard are repeatedly mentioned as the “favorites” to take the helm at La Salle.

Only one is a white male…

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A lot of people… I mean a LOT of folk that I respect keep telling me that race is a non-factor, that it truly doesn’t figure into hiring decisions these days…

I get a familiar feeling when I hear or read such comments… When I was about 7 years old I found a gang of toys in my garage… Everything I asked for on my Christmas list was there… But it was about 2 weeks before Christmas… I mean my minibike was there… So was my Tyco Racetrack… My Rock ’em Sock ’em Robots… My Electric football game… Everything…

Then on Christmas Eve my Mom made me go to bed early so Santa could bring ALL of presents to my house… She was serious…

I really respected my Mom… Of course she wouldn’t lie to me… Would she?

A familiar feeling indeed…

We’ll see what happens… Of course, I’m prepared to hear that “Head Coaching experience” was the deciding factor… That may very well outweigh 2 Final Fours in 36 months and 1, shit maybe 2, National Championships over the same period…

The Black Cager stands ready to appeal the call…

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Never is a LONG fuckin’ time…

 

Shit Black Coaches Deal With!

Imagine… You spend your life trying to do things the right way… You come up through the Philadelphia ranks…You have the quintessential Philadelphia basketball career…

You played for Bill Ellerbee in High School…

You trained with John Hardnett in the summer…

You played for John Chaney in college…

You played for Larry Brown in the NBA…

You played with Allen Iverson in the NBA Finals…

You decide to transition into coaching… From September 2008 through 2013, you were a member of the Sixers coaching staff…

You decide to return to your college home and join the Temple coaching staff… Everyone is excited, including Head Coach, Fran Dunphy.

“Aaron McKie is not only Temple Basketball, but he is Philadelphia Basketball,” said Dunphy. “His name still resonates in the city, as he played his high school, college and professional ball in Philly.  He is a tremendous representative of Temple University and possesses an astute basketball mind which will serve to help the program in so many ways.”

So… earlier this week it was announced that you would become Head Coach of the Owls beginning with the 2019-2020 season.

A logical choice…

However, within minutes CBS Sports Basketball commentator, Doug Gottlieb puts out tweet claiming that “[Temple Basketball] has been toxic last two years w/McKie working for this to happen…”

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Huh?

What the FUCK is he talking about?

Why… Why within minutes of being named Head Coach in waiting should McKie have to deal with this? Gottlieb attempts to label McKie as a “Judas” from the very moment his Head coaching career gets underway.

The coaching profession is heavily dependent upon relationships… Coaches are extremely protective of their reputations… They are very reluctant to shit on one another publicly…

Full disclosure: Aaron McKie is a friend of mine. We do communicate on a fairly regular basis about all things related to college basketball.

For some reason, McKie’s ascent to the Head Coaching position at Temple bothers Gottlieb. Unfortunately, CBS Sports provides Gottlieb with a platform from which he can spew all sorts of ill-informed and patently false BULLSHIT.

Unfortunately, This is the type of shit Black Coaches have to deal with!

After careful consideration, here is the official Black Cager response to Gottlieb’s attempt to smear a shining star of Philadelphia’s Basketball community:

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La Salle University Basketball Coaches

La Salle University is currently seeking qualified applicants Head Coach of it’s Men’s Men’s Basketball program. I have been very vocal about the need for La Salle to identify and seriously consider highly respected BLACK coaches.

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Jackie Moore (far right) first Black player at La Salle 67 years ago

In response, some white local observers have expressed their belief that I have gone too far…

To those guys, I respectfully ask… Is this too far? If you DO NOT have a problem with this list AND you have a problem with the Black Cager publishing this list…

YOU ARE THE PROBLEM!

Have a nice day…

La Salle University Basketball Coaches

Name
Years
White
Black
James J. Henry
1931
X
Tom Conley
1932-33
X
Leonard Tanseer
1934-41
X
Obie O’Brien
1942-43
X
Joe Meehan
1944-46
X
Charles McGlone
1947-49
X
Ken Loeffler
1950-55
X
Jim Pollard
1956-58
X
Dudey Moore
1959-63
X
Bob Walters
1964-65
X
Joe Heyer
1966-67
X
Jim Harding
1968
X
Tom Gola
1969-70
X
Paul Westhead
1971-79
X
Lefty Ervin
1980-86
X
Speedy Morris
1987-01
X
Billy Hahn
2002-04
X
John Giannini
2005-18
X

Kids Transfer ALL the Time! Deal With It…

Transfers are very, very common among high school students… Even some VERY GOOD basketball players transfer… Here’s a few off the top of my head…

Rico Washington – Frankford to Ben Franklin

Brian Shorter – Gratz to Oak Hill

Tasheed Carr – UCity to Oak Hill

Nazeer Bostick – MCS to Roman Catholic

Mike Watkins – Bartram to MCS

Traci Carter – Roman to Life Center

Tony Carr – Abington Friends to Roman Catholic

Josh Sharkey – Abington Friends to Archbishop Carroll

Devon McClendon – Academy Park to Chester

Glenn Sabb – Cheltenham to ANC

Zah Harrison – Wood to Cheltenham

Dave Beatty – Carroll to St. Benedict’s to Imhotep

Matthue Cotton – ANC to St. Benedict’s to Eastern

DJ Newbill – Imhotep to Strawberry Mansion

Jarrod Denard – Imhotep to Friere Charter

Marcus Littles – ANC to Neumann-Goretti

Justin Anderson – Chestnut Hill to ANC to Archbishop Caroll

Rashid Bey – Glen Mills to Neumann

Allen Betrand – Fels to Roman Catholic

Justin Steers – Tacony Charter to Friends Central

Skinny Warwick – UCity to Friends Central

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Three TRANSFERS Stevens (Haverford School), Bostick (MCS) and Carr (Abington Friends)

I guess the ADs of these sending schools failed to “protect” the kids from themselves?

Kid doesn’t want to go to your school?

Let him go…

Wish him well…

Open enrollment and school choice is a good thing! A VERY good thing!

 

 

 

 

 

The Significance of “Open Gyms” for Uncommitted Prospects

Across the country, an extremely important, but frequently overlooked, phase of the basketball recruiting process is underway… College basketball coaches are, once again, able to visit high schools, watch scholastic players and evaluate guys they have prioritized over the AAU/grassroots season. These “open gyms” are significant for a number of reasons: 1) a coach’s presence reveals that he continues to be very interested in a prospect; 2) players get to perform in a more relaxed setting with HS teammates; 3) players that have been previously overlooked or did not play on one of the major shoe company circuits get an opportunity to catch the eye of college coaches.

The Black Cager will be visiting “Open Gyms” throughout the mid-Atlantic Region. Also, 48 HS teams, featuring some of the finest players in the nation, will participate in the Black Cager Fall Classic October 14-15 at Girard College. Black Cager Scouting Service will share player evaluations with college basketball programs.

Below please find a list of scholastic players that have exhibited potential to play at the collegiate level. Many are capable of playing at D1, D2 or NAIA schools that offer athletic scholarships. Still others, are sure to draw the interest of high level Division 3 programs.

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Antwaun Bulter, Point Guard – Class of 2018

Class of 2018 – Uncommitted Prospects

Pickney Seth 6’10 C Archbishop Wood 2018
McAvoy Stuart 6’8 C Downingtown West 2018
McNair Wil 6’10 C MLK, Jr 2018
Hernes Keionis 7’1 C Olympus Academy (NJ) 2018
Campbell Carl 6’10 C Phelps 2018
Nwanko Azuuike 7’1 C Smyrna (DE) 2018
Deng Abraham 6’10 C VFMA HS 2018
Ntwari Marius 6’10 C VFMA HS 2018
Kellman Keeshawn 6’7 PF Allentown CC 2018
Wallace Karrington 6’7 PF Archbishop Wood 2018
Middleton Tim 6’7 PF Atlantic City (NJ) 2018
Dodds Kevin 6’7 PF Bishop Shanahan 2018
Johnson Ajiri 6’8 PF Bonner 2018
Dunn Dominic 6’5 PF Camden Catholic (NJ) 2018
Danner Terry 6’6 PF Central Dauphin East 2018
Bennett Tymier 6’6 PF Cherokee (NJ) 2018
Blackston Khylir 6’4 PF Chester 2018
Schappell Charlie 6’4 PF Conestoga 2018
Leible Jim 6’6 PF Conwell Egan 2018
Okoro Onye 6’7 PF Eastern (NJ) 2018
Phillips Collin 6’5 PF Episcopal 2018
Reilly Drew 6’3 PF Father Judge 2018
Friday Josh 6’5 PF Friends Central 2018
McDowell Devin 6’6 PF Glasgow (DE) 2018
Samec Jeff 6’8 PF Hazelton 2018
Hines Nick 6’7 PF Hershey 2018
Alikakos Nick 6’6 PF Hill School 2018
Cannon Amadaus 6’5 PF Liberty 2018
Andrews Fulton Jerry 6’7 PF MLK, Jr 2018
Littles Marcus 6’9 PF Neumann-Goretti 2018
Moore Makia 6’4 PF Penn Wood 2018
Weldon Chaz 6’7 PF Pennsbury 2018
Garcia Juan 6’8 PF Phelps 2018
Selguk Yagi 6’9 PF Phelps 2018
Palacio Carlos 6’7 PF Phelps 2018
Glover Alan 6’5 PF Plymouth-Whitemarsh 2018
Lopez Ricky 6’5 PF Reading 2018
Simon Wesley 6’5 PF Scranton Prep 2018
Deveney Dylan 6’6 PF Shawnee (NJ) 2018
Blount Kendall 6’4 PF St. Joseph’s (NJ) 2018
Colleran Will 6’7 PF VFMA HS 2018
Forrester Jake 6’8 PF Westtown 2018
Capagolli Matt 6’5 PF Wildwood Catholic (NJ) 2018
Blayden Tyrel 6’9 PF/C Coatesville 2018
Harror Trejour 6’8 PF/C Harrisburg 2018
Maxwell Seth 6’11 PF/C Hill School 2018
Diop Ousmane 6’9 PF/C Perkiomen Prep 2018
Butler Keyon 6’4 PF/SF Archbishop Carroll 2018
Brown Paul 6’7 PF/SF Salesianum (DE) 2018
Vaughn Jay 6’0 PG Allentown CC 2018
Derry Nazim 6’2 PG Atlantic City (NJ) 2018
Atkins David 5’11 PG Atlantic City (NJ) 2018
Melson Will 6’0 PG Bethlehem Catholic 2018
Fish Pat 6’0 PG Bishop Eustace (NJ) 2018
Angelo David 5’8 PG Bishop Shanahan 2018
Garner Yohanty 6’0 PG Bonner 2018
Hinson Nasir 5’6 PG Camden (NJ) 2018
Hinson Nasim 5’6 PG Camden (NJ) 2018
Butler Antwuan 6’1 PG Cardinal O’Hara 2018
Bickley Ahmad 5’9 PG Cheltenham 2018
Williams Jahmir 5’11 PG Constitution 2018
Woods Amir 6’1 PG Conwell Egan 2018
Robinson Pat 6’1 PG Conwell Egan 2018
Slay Malik 6’2 PG Downingtown East 2018
Reardon David 5’11 PG Downingtown West 2018
Barbera Jesse 5’11 PG Eastern (NJ) 2018
Serrano Alex 6’2 PG Liberty 2018
Philps Rodney 6’0 PG Mastery Charter North 2018
Holley Dennell 6’1 PG MLK, Jr 2018
Colon Juane 6’0 PG Olympus Academy (NJ) 2018
Wilson Norman 6’0 PG Olympus Academy (NJ) 2018
Nash Chris 5’9 PG Penn Wood 2018
Windon Ray 5’7 PG Pennsbury 2018
Small Manasseh 6’1 PG Phelps 2018
Jamison Jalien 5’9 PG Phelps 2018
Williams Ahmin 6’0 PG Plymouth-Whitemarsh 2018
Bloodworth Greg 5’8 PG Smyrna (DE) 2018
Kinnel Darius 6’1 PG St. Joseph’s 2018
Martin Ricky 5’11 PG Timber Creek (NJ) 2018
Barrouck Bryce 5’10 PG/SG Bayard Rustin 2018
Greer Corey 6’1 PG/SG Camden (NJ) 2018
Logan Craig 6’1 PG/SG Girard College 2018
Sumdter Kyaire 6’0 PG/SG Harrisburg 2018
Randolph Kharon 6’0 PG/SG Haverford School 2018
Carey Jalen 6’3 PG/SG Immaculate Conception (NJ) 2018
McMahon Matt 6’0 PG/SG La Salle 2018
Ransom Kwahzere 6’0 PG/SG MCS 2018
Montague Dynir 6’3 PG/SG Neumann-Goretti 2018
Loginov Anton 6’3 PG/SG Phelps 2018
Williams Ahmad 6’2 PG/SG Plymouth-Whitemarsh 2018
Matthews Caleb 6’2 PG/SG Smyrna (DE) 2018
Lewis Arion 6’2 PG/SG VFMA HS 2018
Fields Caleb 6’2 PG/SG Wildwood Catholic (NJ) 2018
Danzig Jackson 6’5 SF Abington Heights 2018
Ferrara Devon 6’5 SF Archbishop Carroll 2018
Woodard Anthony 6’3 SF Archbishop Ryan 2018
Morgan Nasir 6’4 SF Atlantic City (NJ) 2018
Jones Tony 6’5 SF Bangor 2018
Vostenak Peyton 6’4 SF Bishop Eustace (NJ) 2018
Rickards Randy 6’5 SF Cape Henlopen (DE) 2018
Robertson Ian 6’6 SF Cape Henlopen (DE) 2018
MscAdams Collin 6’5 SF Central Bucks West 2018
Johnson TIm 6’3 SF Chester 2018
Esposito Erick 6’5 SF Conwell Egan 2018
Mosley-Banks Poure 6’4 SF Friends Central 2018
Leconpte Isaac 6’4 SF Glasgow (DE) 2018
James Tony 6’3 SF Harrisburg 2018
Grula Joey 6’5 SF Hazelton 2018
Sims Andrew 6’6 SF Lenape (NJ) 2018
McFall Anthony 6’3 SF MCS 2018
Noel Ja’Zere 6’5 SF Olympus Academy (NJ) 2018
Loyal Ibn SF Olympus Academy (NJ) 2018
Peyton Zuri 6’5 SF Phelps 2018
Murray Maurice 6’6 SF Timber Creek (NJ) 2018
Sanders Isaiah 6’3 SF Timber Creek (NJ) 2018
Thompson Myles 6’5 SF/PF Camden (NJ) 2018
Barton Craig 6’6 SF/PF Downingtown West 2018
Quarry Tom 6’7 SF/PF Father Judge 2018
Steers Justin 6’6 SF/PF Friends Central 2018
Donzo Vatango 6’5 SF/PF Penn Wood 2018
Guadarrama Nick 6’6 SF/PF Perkiomen Prep 2018
Planutis Jeff 6’5 SF/SG Hazelton 2018
Wright Quincy 6’5 SF/SG Olympus Academy (NJ) 2018
Hargis Marlon 6’6 SF/SG St. Augustine (NJ) 2018
Lambert Dat 6’0 SG Allentown CC 2018
Anderson Justin 6’3 SG Archbishop Carroll 2018
Pickron Tyree 6’3 SG Archbishop Wood 2018
Bethea Ray 6’4 SG Atlantic City (NJ) 2018
Parker O’Koye 6’3 SG Caravel Academy (DE) 2018
Ripp Garrett 6’0 SG Cardinal O’Hara 2018
McCuster Shane 6’3 SG Central Bucks West 2018
Hawthorne Jaylin 6’2 SG Central Dauphin East 2018
Clark Jack 6’7 SG Cheltenham 2018
Randolph Brian 6’3 SG Chester 2018
Granberry Da’Quan SG Chichester 2018
Young Haasan 6’2 SG Coatesville 2018
Cotton Matthue 6’3 SG Eastern (NJ) 2018
Edwards Troy 6’1 SG Eastern (NJ) 2018
Copeland DaQuan 6’4 SG Girard College 2018
Glenn Naresce 6’2 SG Harrisburg 2018
Wallace Chase 6’0 SG Hershey 2018
Wilson Jake 6’2 SG Hershey 2018
Collier Sean 6’3 SG Hershey 2018
Audige Chase 6’4 SG Hill School 2018
Morris Daquan 5’11 SG Hill School 2018
Lightsey Bernard 6’0 SG Imhotep 2018
Simon Shawn 6’2 SG La Salle 2018
Dailey Harold 6’1 SG Mastery Charter North 2018
Moore Rahmir 6’4 SG Mastery Charter North 2018
Warren Noah 6’0 SG Neumann-Goretti 2018
London Dominic 6’1 SG Octorara 2018
Bartholomew Jake 6’2 SG Parkland 2018
Holloway Julian 6’3 SG Penn Wood 2018
Rhoades KJ 6’4 SG Perkiomen Prep 2018
Brooks Chandler 6’2 SG Perkiomen Prep 2018
Horn Ish 6’2 SG Plymouth-Whitemarsh 2018
Dixon RJ 6’1 SG Reading 2018
Starks Xavier 6’1 SG Reading 2018
Caulk Rasheen 6’1 SG Salesianum (DE) 2018
Noll Dean 6’1 SG Shawnee (NJ) 2018
Stoll Travis 6’2 SG St. Augustine (NJ) 2018
Epps Elijah SG St. Frances (MD) 2018
Thompson Kyle 5’11 SG St. Joseph’s 2018
Elliot Dylan 6’1 SG Timber Creek (NJ) 2018
Robinson Michael 6’2 SG West Catholic 2018
Fields Charles 6’2 SG Wildwood Catholic (NJ) 2018
Heath Rob 6’2 SG/PG Abington 2018
Hudson Hakim 6’0 SG/PG Constitution 2018
Waters Ray 6’0 SG/PG Constitution 2018

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Naheem McLeod, Center – Class of 2019

Class of 2019 – Uncommitted Prospects

Raudonius Julian 6’11 C Archbishop Ryan 2019
Ingraham Tariq 6’9 C Bonner 2019
Sabol Zach 6’7 C Emmaus 2019
McLeod Naheem 7’1 C Plymouth-Whitemarsh 2019
Somerville Ray 6’9 C Shipley 2019
O’Connell Jacob 6’11 C St. Joseph’s 2019
Sanusi Ayotunze 6’10 C West Catholic 2019
Marable Josiah C Woodrow Wilson (DC) 2019
Dixon Erick 6’7 PF Abington 2019
Lofton Shermek 6’4 PF Academy Park 2019
Teague Zion 6’8 PF Atlantic City (NJ) 2019
Nelson Jake 6’6 PF Bayard Rustin 2019
Young Kyle 6’7 PF Bethlehem Catholic 2019
Morini Mattia 6’7 PF Bishop Eustace (NJ) 2019
Okafer Uchee 6’7 PF Camden Catholic (NJ) 2019
Healey Kyin 6’6 PF Cheltenham 2019
Sparks Rahnel 6’3 PF Chester 2019
Leeron Levi 6’4 PF Constitution 2019
Ems Ryan 6’7 PF Eastern (NJ) 2019
Purcell Jack 6’5 PF Episcopal 2019
Mayo Xavier 6’7 PF Hill School 2019
Riggins Jamil 6’7 PF Imhotep 2019
Crisler Zach 6’8 PF La Salle 2019
Campbell Taj 6’6 PF Mastery Charter North 2019
Syer Noah 6’7 PF Neumann-Goretti 2019
Dashkewich Ian 6’8 PF Parkland 2019
Post Jon 6’5 PF Pennridge 2019
Corrao Sam 6’6 PF Perkiomen Prep 2019
McKeon Ryan 6’6 PF Sanford (DE) 2019
O’Boyle Leo 6’7 PF Scranton Prep 2019
Bol-Ajak John 6’10 PF/C Church Farm 2019
Cramer K’Vonn 6’6 PF/SF Mt. Pleasant (DE) 2019
Solomon Charley 6’4 PF/SF St. Augustine (NJ) 2019
Monroe Lucas 6’5 PG Abington 2019
Holland Ben 5’9 PG Bangor 2019
Armstrong Jack 5’11 PG Bonner 2019
Alderman Trevon 5’10 PG Caravel Academy (DE) 2019
Mulhearn Jack 5’11 PG Central Bucks West 2019
Smith Michael 5’10 PG Chester 2019
Evans Jalmhy 5’9 PG Chester 2019
Lezanic Zach 5’11 PG Conestoga 2019
Scott Share 5’10 PG Consetoga 2019
Riggins Abdul 5’8 PG Constitution 2019
Chie Alphonso 5’9 PG Father Judge 2019
Tolliver Kasim 5’10 PG Girard College 2019
Bradshaw Mark 6’0 PG Glasgow (DE) 2019
Burke Gavin 5’10 PG Haverford School 2019
Nelson Jameer 5’10 PG Haverford School 2019
Wolk Ryan 6’0 PG Hazelton 2019
Wesley Fatayn 5’9 PG Imhotep 2019
Powell Allen 6’0 PG La Salle 2019
Payne Stephen 6’1 PG Lower Merion 2019
Ali Fahmir 5’10 PG Mt. Pleasant (DE) 2019
Ings Chris 6’1 PG Neumann-Goretti 2019
Butler Wesley 6’0 PG Reading 2019
Boland Ryan 6’1 PG Scranton Prep 2019
Kernan Patrick 6’4 PG Shawnee (NJ) 2019
Kendrick Jordan 5’7 PG St. Augustine (NJ) 2019
Miller Sean 6’1 PG Timber Creek (NJ) 2019
Harris Imere 5’11 PG West Catholic 2019
Harley Nasiem 6’1 PG/SG Academy Park 2019
Bryant Amin 6’2 PG/SG Archbishop Ryan 2019
Paz Justin 6’0 PG/SG Bethlehem Catholic 2019
O’Malley Joe 6’1 PG/SG Bishop Shanahan 2019
Chenard Phil 5’10 PG/SG Bishop Shanahan 2019
Wong Isaiah 6’3 PG/SG Bonner 2019
McGraw Jordan 5’11 PG/SG Central Dauphin East 2019
Dicaro Anthony 6’1 PG/SG Cherokee (NJ) 2019
Williams Jayquan 6’0 PG/SG Frankford 2019
Spriggs Bryce 6’0 PG/SG Friends Central 2019
Reed Jamir 6’3 PG/SG Mastery Charter North 2019
Yoder Sean 6’2 PG/SG Pennridge 2019
James Reggie 6’3 PG/SG Perkiomen Prep 2019
Kinsley Samir 5’11 PG/SG West Catholic 2019
Gafeney Jalen 6’3 PG/SG Westtown 2019
Hikim Ayinde PG/SG Woodrow Wilson (DC) 2019
Tinsley George 6’5 SF Abington Heights 2019
Stone Ja’Quill 6’3 SF Archbishop Ryan 2019
Kempter Matt 6’3 SF Bishop Eustace (NJ) 2019
Ajike Babatude 6’6 SF Camden Catholic (NJ) 2019
Dejanette Rahmad 6’3 SF Chester 2019
Scott Sintere 6’4 SF Coatesville 2019
Merritt Jabari 6’4 SF Constitution 2019
Saunders Jihad 6’3 SF Constitution 2019
Dade Matt 6’4 SF Episcopal 2019
Robinson Myles 6’2 SF Friends Central 2019
Carrasco Diego 6’6 SF Germantown Academy 2019
Basil Bryan 6’5 SF Germantown Academy 2019
Smith Brandon 6’6 SF Girard College 2019
Ray Christian 6’5 SF Haverford School 2019
Faison Da’Mir 6’5 SF Hazelton 2019
Dorsey Caleb 6’7 SF Hill School 2019
Knox Chereef 6’5 SF Imhotep 2019
Scott Donta 6’7 SF Imhotep 2019
Winston Justin 6’7 SF Immaculate Conception (NJ) 2019
Rothenberg Jack 6’3 SF La Salle 2019
Kiszla Konrad 6’7 SF La Salle 2019
Matlack Steven 6’3 SF Lenape (NJ) 2019
Forrest Jack 6’4 SF Lower Merion 2019
Jackson Zahir 6’4 SF MCS 2019
Francis Gary 6’4 SF Pennsbury 2019
Lundy Seth 6’5 SF Roman Catholic 2019
Brown Jack 6’6 SF Salesianum (DE) 2019
Owens Chaz 6’5 SF Shipley 2019
Garnett Jaymeor 6’4 SF Smyrna (DE) 2019
Diop Bass SF St. Frances (MD) 2019
Schultice Tim 6’3 SF Timber Creek (NJ) 2019
Ahronson Rye 6’4 SF VFMA HS 2019
Phillips Julius 6’4 SF/PF Archbishop Wood 2019
Ware Lance 6’9 SF/PF Camden (NJ) 2019
McGlashan Owen 6’6 SF/PF Cherokee (NJ) 2019
Ashley-Diarrah Kahlil 6’6 SF/PF Germantown Academy 2019
Colter Daniel 6’4 SF/PF Reading 2019
Sabb Glenn 6’3 SF/SG ANC 2019
House Luke 6’4 SF/SG Archbishop Carroll 2019
Lindo Ricardo SF/SG Woodrow Wilson (DC) 2019
Kohler Trey 6’2 SG Abington Heights 2019
Reed Colin 6’3 SG Archbishop Ryan 2019
Jones Isaiah 6’4 SG Bangor 2019
Perratta Mike 6’2 SG Bonner 2019
Haynes Chris 6’2 SG Bonner 2019
Tart Ethan 6’0 SG Camden (NJ) 2019
Robinson Milt 6’0 SG Conestoga 2019
Jones Terrance 6’2 SG Conwell Egan 2019
Carson Rodney 6’3 SG Girard College 2019
Bishop Dhamir 6’4 SG Imhotep 2019
Beard Titus 6’2 SG La Salle 2019
Duda David 6’2 SG Methacton 2019
Montiro Rick 5’11 SG MLK, Jr 2019
Watson Jihad 6’1 SG MLK, Jr 2019
Rinbock Logan 6’2 SG Parkland 2019
Kyen Shad 6’2 SG Penn Wood 2019
Hart Hakim 6’4 SG Roman Catholic 2019
Schmerhorne Grayson 6’1 SG Scranton Prep 2019
Vanderslice Carl 6’2 SG St. Augustine (NJ) 2019
Arizen Gabe 6’2 SG St. Joseph’s 2019
Ross Marcellus 6’2 SG St. Joseph’s (NJ) 2019
Estrada Aaron 6’3 SG Woodbury (NJ) 2019
Jones Rajear SG St. Frances (MD) 2019
Blackwell Corey 6’3 SG/PG St. Joseph’s (NJ) 2019

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Deuce Turner, Shooting Guard – Class of 2020

Class of 2020 – Uncommitted Prospects

Woodward Jeff 6’8 C Methacton 2020
Ukoa Arinze 6’11 C St. Joseph’s (NJ) 2020
Cameron Roundtree 6’6 PF Academy Park 2020
Popejoy Vincent 6’5 PF Bishop Eustace (NJ) 2020
Maska Kyle 6’6 PF Cardinal O’Hara 2020
Bridges Kory 6’7 PF Constitution 2020
King Andrew 6’8 PF Downingtown East 2020
Dennis Tommy 6’5 PF Episcopal 2020
Taylor Elijah 6’8 PF Imhotep 2020
Harris Devin 6’7 PF Sanford (DE) 2020
Newton Jaylen 6’5 PF St. Joseph’s (NJ) 2020
Paynter Demetrius 6’5 PF Timber Creek (NJ) 2020
Satchell Dwane 6’8 PF West Catholic 2020
Wood Nadir 6’8 PF West Catholic 2020
Taweat Taj 6’7 PF Wildwood Catholic (NJ) 2020
Bryant Devin 5’11 PG ANC 2020
Hoggard AJ 6’3 PG Archbishop Carroll 2020
Smith Glen 6’0 PG Archbishop Ryan 2020
Cross David 5’9 PG Bishop Eustace (NJ) 2020
Watson Tyease 6’1 PG Bonner 2020
Earl DJ 5’10 PG Caravel Academy (DE) 2020
Smith Elijah 6’0 PG Cardinal O’Hara 2020
Harrison Zahree 5’9 PG Cheltenham 2020
Brickus Jhamir 5’9 PG Coatesville 2020
Chambers Collin 5’11 PG Episcopal 2020
Fitzpatrick Jack 5’9 PG Episcopal 2020
Kotari DK 5’10 PG Friends Central 2020
Jones Tavine 5’11 PG MCS 2020
Christian Jaleel 5’9 PG MCS 2020
Greer Lynn 6’1 PG Roman Catholic 2020
Nasir Lett 5’10 PG Roman Catholic 2020
Perkins Corey 5’10 PG Sanford (DE) 2020
Baldwin Adrian PG St. Frances (MD) 2020
Wall Trevor 6’2 PG St. Joseph’s 2020
Munari Mika 6’0 PG/SG Central Bucks West 2020
Cowen Tyree 5’11 PG/SG Central Dauphin East 2020
Nichols Omar 6’0 PG/SG Friends Central 2020
Fair Ahmad 6’0 PG/SG Neumann-Goretti 2020
Perkins Hassan 5’10 PG/SG Sanford (DE) 2020
Bergen Jaylen 5’10 PG/SG Timber Creek (NJ) 2020
Berger TJ 6’1 PG/SG Westtown 2020
Heath Jay, Jr PG/SG Woodrow Wilson (DC) 2020
Waller Manier 6’3 SF Abington 2020
Gibson Gavin 6’3 SF Cherokee (NJ) 2020
Howard Will 6’4 SF Downingtown West 2020
Young Cameron 6’5 SF Neumann-Goretti 2020
Davis J’yare 6’7 SF Sanford (DE) 2020
Gomez Joel 6’6 SF West Catholic 2020
White Jahlil 6’5 SF Wildwood Catholic (NJ) 2020
Harper Will 6’4 SF/PF Liberty 2020
Merritt Rhys 6’5 SF/PF Scranton Prep 2020
Collier Noah 6’7 SF/PF Westtown 2020
Reid Kobie 6’3 SF/SG VFMA HS 2020
Marshall Isaac 6’1 SG ANC 2020
Thomas Julian 6’2 SG Bethlehem Catholic 2020
Rodriguez Donovan 6’1 SG Bonner 2020
Barnes Cory 6’2 SG Cape Henlopen (DE) 2020
Chandler Sh’kai 6’3 SG Cape Henlopen (DE) 2020
Dinkins John 6’1 SG Cardinal O’Hara 2020
Jackson Amir 5’11 SG Central Dauphin East 2020
McGlone Jaelen 6’2 SG Cheltenham 2020
Hammonds Keshaun 6’0 SG Constitution 2020
Capitano Alex 6’4 SG Episcopal 2020
Anderson Zach 6’1 SG Germantown Academy 2020
Turner Deuce 6’1 SG Malvern 2020
Slaughter Jabbar 6’2 SG MCS 2020
Marshall Senaj 6’4 SG MLK, Jr 2020
Pina Xavier 6’2 SG Roman Catholic 2020
Toles Jordan SG St. Frances (MD) 2020
Bladen Justin 6’1 SG Timber Creek (NJ) 2020
Kpaan Seyon 6’1 SG Westtown 2020
Champion Khai 5’10 SG/PG Shipley 2020

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Jaylen Stinson, Point Guard – Class of 2021

Class of 2021 – Uncommitted Prospects

Shaw Ramir 6’6 C Father Judge 2021
Njoku Nnanna 6’8 C Sanford (DE) 2021
Montgomery Maurice 6’5 PF Constitution 2021
Vespe Blaise 6’5 PF St. Augustine (NJ) 2021
Delany Matt 6’5 PF St. Augustine (NJ) 2021
Williamson Zhakir 6’5 PF West Catholic 2021
Diggins Rahsool 6’0 PG Archbishop Wood 2021
Longino Jordan 6’3 PG Germantown Academy 2021
Stinson Jaylen 6’0 PG Haverford School 2021
Dayda Andrew 5’10 PG Hazelton 2021
Hicks Rahdir 5’11 PG Malvern 2021
Johnson Naseer 5’9 PG/SG Father Judge 2021
Wilkins Titus 6’4 PG/SG Perkiomen Prep 2021
Benson Devin 5’10 PG/SG St. Joseph’s (NJ) 2021
Brewer Jerome 6’5 SF West Catholic 2021
Camden John 6’5 SF Westtown 2021
Stevens Dimingues SF/SG Woodrow Wilson (DC) 2021
Snowden Lacy 5’10 SG Germantown Academy 2021                                                            Caulk Rasheen, Jr. 6’1 SG Salesianum
Mulbah Kyle 6’3 SG Germantown Academy 2021
Walsh Jayden 6’2 SG Perkiomen Prep 2021
Brito Isaac 6’4 SG West Catholic 2021
Reddish Aaron 6’1 SG Westtown 2021
Warley Jalen 6’0 SG Westtown 2021