Black Cager Sports Providing NIL & Financial Education to 2022 Fall Classic Participants

The road to the college basketball in the mid-Atlantic region goes through Black Cager. In addition to counseling and advising top players like Zack Hicks (Temple) and Anquan Hill (St. Bonaventure). A substantial number of the mid-Atlantic region’s players participating in NCAA Division 1 and Division 2 basketball have taken part in at least one Black Cager Fall Classic, a premier showcase for elite high school basketball talent held this year in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

Current NBA rookies Jalen Duren (Pistons), Jordan Hall (Spurs), Collin Gillespie (Nuggets) and Izaiah Brockington (Pelicans) are Fall Classic alums. College Stars Ace Baldwin (VCU), Jamir Watkins (VCU), Donta Scott (Maryland), Hakim Hart (Maryland), Eric Dixon (Villanova), Nnanna Njoku (Villanova), Taquan Woodley (UMass), Rahsool Diggins (UMass), Hysier Miller (Temple), Jay Heath (Arizona State), Ricky Lindo (George Washington), Justin Moore (Drexel), Lucas Monroe (Penn), Aaron Lemon-Warren (Delaware State), Christian Tomasco (Hofstra), Lynn Greer III (St. Joseph’s), Naheem McLeod (Florida State), Jermiah Bembry (Florida State), Dahmir Bishop (FGCU), Blaise Vespe (FGCU), Jaylen Stinson (Merrimack) and Jalen Carey (Rhode Island) are just a few of the scholarship recipients the tournament has produced.

With advent of Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) legislation and policy changes, student-athletes are in position to earn levels of compensation their predecessors could only dream about. Black Cager Sports recognizes the need to help high school participants better understand the NIL marketplace. Black Cager Sports wants to help high school athletes navigate “the new normal”.

Toward that end, EVERY one of the more than 700 student-athletes participating in the 2022 Fall Classic will be eligible to participate in the Black Cager NIL Cyber-Symposium on Thursday, October 13, 2022 at 7:00 pm.

This panel will discuss the current state of name, image and likeness (NIL) a year into the “new normal.” This panel will examine the challenges faced by athletes, athletic departments and conferences as they navigate the continually changing landscape. The panel will discuss financial opportunities, legal and regulatory landscape of NIL, and the changes that have occurred since the NIL marketplace opened last year. 

Additonally, EVERY one of the more than 700 student-athletes participating in the 2022 Fall Classic will be eligible to participate in the eight (8) week Black Cager Fall Classic First Generation Investors (FGI) Program.

Through the FGI Program student-athletes will learn about finance & investing. Topics include:
a. Personal finance (banking, credit, etc.)
b. The stock market
c. Portfolio management
d. The Power of Compounding

Black Cager participants completing the 8 week program will make investments using real funds ($100) provided by generous FGI donors.

The Black Cager Fall Classic, in addition to being a premier scholastic basketball event, has evolved into an immersive multi-week educational, professional development experience and gathering place for college bound high school athletes and some of college sports’ most important stakeholders to share cutting-edge ideas, discover new interests, and learn how to maximize NIL opportunities to build their brands and amplify their voices.

Whether it’s hearing from the some of the foremost college athlete endorsers, being inspired by their favorite pro-athlete turned business mogul, or having the opportunity to collaborate with like-minded professionals who want to shape the future of college athletics, high school student-athletes participating in all aspects of the Fall Classic will be equipped with the knowledge and relationships necessary to leverage their influence to create a better future for themselves and their communities.

Contact:

Delgreco Wilson, Founder

Black Cager Fall Classic

blackcager@gmail.com

The Black Cager Fall Classic: A Small College Recruiting Paradise!

What about the little guys?

In 2019, the NCAA took care of the BIG BOYS… Division I coaching staffs fly across the lower 48 states attending their choice of NCAA-certified high school and travel team events. The BIG BOYS have made these NCAA ‘live periods’ a significant part of their annual recruiting cycle. 

When the NCAA added two June weekends exclusively for high school competition. They fundamentally altered the recruiting cycle. During those weekends, hundreds of high schools participate in massive events throughout the country and college coaches evaluate prospects playing with their high school teammates.

When John Calipari, Jay Wright, Tom Izzo, Bill Self enter a gym, they suck all of the air out of the room. High school players, parents and coaches become instantly enthralled. Six-foot four inch high school power forwards and centers begin to harbor irrational hopes of landing a scholarship and suiting up for Kentucky or Kansas.

It is next to impossible for D2, D3 and NAIA coaches to capture the attention of young men that will certainly land at their level, if they are to play college basketball.

Small colleges need their own elite scholastic events where they are the BIG BOYS in the room. That event is the Black Cager Fall Classic. The prestigious Black Cager Fall Classic will take place October 8th and 9th at two gymnasiums in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The previous five Fall Classic events (2017-2021) were held at facilities located in the the Greater Philadelphia region. The event has attracted some of today’s top collegiate basketball players during their high school years, including Donta Scott (Maryland), Jay Heath (Georgetown), Ace Baldwin (VCU), Jalen Carey (Rhode Island), Hakim Hart (Maryland), Seth Lundy (Penn State), Eric Dixon (Villanova) and Rahsool Diggins (UMass).

This year, 72 teams will play 72 games. While there will certainly be plenty of high major, top 100, prospects, the field will also feature hundreds of D2, D3 and NAIA prospects. Small College coaches are invited to attend and bring their entire staffs to evaluate some of the finest talent on the eastern seaboard.

Teams are traveling from Canada, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. They are coming because Black Cager Sports will work diligently to help small college coaches connect with the parents and coaches of prospects they identify as suitable for their programs.

Black Cager Sports understands the fiscal constraints that small college programs work under, thus we have priced admission and the coaches packet at a reasonable thirty dollars ($30.00) for the entire weekend. We want small college coaches to attend and recruit participating players.

Coach… You gotta come out… We got dudes!

Black Cager Fall Classic Returns in October

July 30, 2022

CAMDEN, NJ — The prestigious Black Cager Fall Classic will take place this October at two gymnasiums in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The previous five Fall Classic events ran from 2017 to 2021 at facilities located in the the Greater Philadelphia region. The event has attracted some of today’s top collegiate basketball players during their high school years, including Donta Scott (Maryland), Jay Heath (Georgetown), Ace Baldwin (VCU), Jalen Carey (Rhode Island), Hakim Hart (Maryland), Seth Lundy (Penn State), Eric Dixon (Villanova) and Rahsool Diggins (UMass).

The move to Allentown was facilitated by Jason Boggs and Marlon Thomas from the East Side Youth Center in conjunction with Toomey Anderson, Athletics and Activities Coordinator for ASD. The Fall Classic is one of the most eagerly anticipated pre-season scholastic showcase events on the East Coast.

Maryland Commit, Jahnathan Lamothe and Rutgers Freshman, Derek Simpson in 2021 Fall Classic

“The Black Cager Fall Classic has evolved into one of the premier high school events of the season, and while the event continues to grow year over year, we realize there’s more talent to be celebrated in other parts of the region, especially in Lehigh County where the popularity of high school basketball is extraordinary,” said Jason Boggs, East Side Youth Center. “By bringing the event to Allentown, more players from Berks and Lehigh counties will be afforded the opportunity to showcase their skills on the Black Cager stage, while the event can continue to grow in new communities.”

The Fall Classic, entering its 6th year with a history of sold-out crowds, will continue to serve as a preseason hub for some of the top east coast teams and national talent. Games are slated for October 8-9.

Ruben Rodriguez, Reading HS in 2021 Fall Classic

The event has showcased several NBA players over the years, including 2022 NBA lottery pick, Jalen Duren, Denver Nuggets rookie Collin Gillespie and Jordan Hall who was recently signed by the San Antonio Spurs.

Collin Gillespie, Denver Nuggets (NBA)

All Black Cager Fall Classic events will be played in accordance with health and safety regulations set forth by Lehigh County ordinances at the time of play.

About Black Cager Sports
Black Cager Sports Media, established in 2013, is one of the premier sports media outlets on the Eastern seaboard. Black Cager is a Black-owned and operated blog website and digital media company headquartered in Camden, New Jersey that produces content on collegiate and scholastic sports and pop culture. Founded by Delgreco Wilson, it began as a sports blog in 2013 and began live-streaming sports talk shows and live games in 2018. Black Cager was instrumental in the founding of the Philadelphia Black Basketball Hall of Fame in 2017. The publishing division was launched in 2021 with publication of highly acclaimed WIRED DIFFERENTLY: My School Journey by Maryland basketball star, Donta Scott. The company has achieved consistent growth due to its unique, raw and engaging style of sports coverage.

For more information, please contact blackcager@gmail.com

Trying to Takedown Camden High’s Basketball Program: A Hitman, His Cronies and their Sucka Shit!

A free and independent press is a necessary condition for the intellectual freedom and democracy that supposedly exists in the United States. In America, we supposedly have access to a wide range of competing news sources. In reality, we have a press that is far from free and unbiased. Control of mass media outlets is concentrated in a few privileged hands with clear agendas. How we perceive the world is largely determined by those who control the means of mass communication and their agendas can often be easily revealed with just a few scratches on the surface of their spurious arguments.

Take for example the recent intentional, premeditated effort to undermine the reputation, credibility, and character of the coaches, parents and players in the Camden High School basketball program. New Jersey Advance Media conducted a six-month investigation of the Panther high school basketball program. The finished product, a so-called “Special Report” was published on June 21 at 10:00 am with the following headline: “Camden celebrates a hoops rebirth. But critics wonder: Did they cheat their way to a championship?” Kevin Armstrong is the investigative reporter responsible for the malicious piece.

Camden HS, Group B State Champions, Photo Credit: April Saul

According NJ.com, Armstrong joined the NJ Advance Media staff in January. His arrival coincided with the onset of the six-month investigation. Seems like, maybe, he was hired specifically to perform the task of taking down Camden High basketball.

The special report reads like a smear campaign targeting Dajuan Wagner, the Wagner family, Camden school district administrators, basketball coaches, players and parents. Supposedly the free press matters because it uncovers the truth. Investigative journalists are trained to analyze and explain complicated issues. They play an important role. Without mass media outlets such as newspapers, radio shows, blogs, etc, the average American would have little to no knowledge of what’s going on around them. Most people lack the time and resources to investigate issues and stories that affect them and impact their communities. In theory, that’s where journalists come in.

So exactly what was the issue affecting New Jersey residents and impacting New Jersey communities that Armstrong spent six-months investigating?

After reading his piece several times, I have concluded that the core issue is as follows:

How has a HS basketball team hailing from what Armstrong describes as “a city of violent crimes and vacant lots after decades of factory abandonment, economic stagnation, corruption, white flight and arson” beat the shit the down the legs of NJ opponents for 3 straight years?

Aaron Bradshaw ’23, ranked 11th in the nation by Rivals.com

For some, the excellence and dominance Camden High has displayed on the hardwood the past three years is a problem that must be resolved.

Armstrong’s detailed descriptions of Camden City paint what can only be described as a decidedly dreary and gloomy picture. In his special report, he highlights “boarded-up houses” and “derelict brick edifices scheduled for demolition.” He seems to be preparing his readers for the question at the core of his report: Why would elite HS basketball players from six towns spread across five counties venture to Camden to play high school basketball for the Panthers?

For Armstrong, these decisions are not rational. Indeed, he goes so far as to openly question if these transfers were legal. It’s a two-fold assault… On one level, he’s arguing the parents are neglectful. By emphasizing the deteriorated state of some of Camden’s infrastructure, Armstrong implies parents are sacrificing their child’s educational development and, perhaps, placing their physical safety at risk. Moreover, and more importantly, he is unfairly labeling everyone associated with the meteoric rise of the Camden basketball program over the past three years a cheater.

So, exactly, how does he formulate his assertion that Camden cheated? Armstrong argues that “school officials seemingly made sports-driven enrollment decisions en route to the championship.” The “evidence” he provided included the fact that “five of Camden’s top six scorers do not reside in the city of 73,000 people… and are the only out-of-district students in the school.” Now, at first glance, these may appear to be unconventional and unique circumstances. But, the plain and simple fact is they are neither unconventional nor unique.

DJ Wagner ’23, member of USA National 17U team

Indeed, the NJ Department of Education (NJDOE) sponsors an “Interdistrict Public School Choice Program.” According to the NJDOE website, “New Jersey’s Interdistrict Public School Choice Program enables approved choice districts to enroll K-12th grade students who do not reside within their districts without cost to their parents. The program increases educational opportunities for students and their families by providing students with school options outside of their district of residence and giving parents the power to select a school program that best serves their child’s individual needs.”

So… Every year, the state of New Jersey provides students with out of district school options and gives parents the power to select a school that best serves their child’s individual needs. That’s good stuff… Really good stuff… No one objects out of district placements unless the students happen to be elite Black basketball athletes and their parents happen to determine that Camden public schools best serve their child’s needs. If that happens… It’s a BIG fuckin’ deal… So much so that a huge media outlet, like NJ.com which had an average of 12.1 million unique monthly visitors consuming a total of 70 million page views per month in 2018, must identify and retain the services of a journalistic “hitman” like Kevin Armstrong and provide him with the resources necessary to conduct and exhaustive six-month investigation.

Fuck outta here…

According to the NJDOE, “The Public School Choice Program benefits students and parents, as well as the choice districts. Choice programs might have smaller class sizes, increased instructional time, and a school culture more conducive to a student’s success in school. Many choice districts have established specialized and innovative programs and courses that focus on areas such as the arts, math and technology, and are open to students who meet the eligibility requirements of the special programs. Opening enrollment to students outside the district can bring in more students interested in taking advantage of these special programs and courses, allowing both the programs and students to grow and flourish.”

I agree with the NJDOE. I am a staunch supporter of school choice… While the Camden School District is not part of the DOE program, I assume the logic underlying the decisions of the parents of young men on the Camden basketball program is the same as that underlying the decision of parents taking advantage of the school choice program.

Cornelius “Boog” Robinson, holds 9 Division 1 scholarship offers

However, Armstrong, NJ Advance Media and NJ.com made very different assumptions when assessing the decision-making of Camden basketball parents. Instead of assuming the out of district transfers “benefit [Camden basketball] students and parents, as well as choice districts” like the thousands of other students exercising similar options, Armstrong presented this information to Colleen Maguire, Executive Director of the NJ State Interscholastic Athletic Association. Upon receiving Armstrong’s report, Maguire “said she will begin a review to determine whether rules have been broken.”

Here comes the bullshit…

From my perspective, Armstrong appears to be a “hitman” hired to use the byzantine set of NJSIAA rules to have the Camden High State Championship vacated and prevent the Panthers from an almost inevitable repeat next year. Camden has lost exactly one (1) game to a New Jersey opponent over the past three years. As noted by Armstrong, they beat NJ public school opponents by an average of nearly 40 points per game.

They can’t take it anymore. They are tired of getting the shit beat down their legs.

They can’t do anything about it on the court. So, they have resorted to smear campaigns disguised as special reports and NJSIAA investigations.

Powerful voices have chimed in and publicly sullied the name and reputation of Camden’s administrators, players, coaches and parents. Armstrong cites a quote from former NJ governor and youth sports advocate Richard Codey where he emphatically states, “All the adults are cheating, everybody knows it and nobody seems to care.”

After getting the shit beat down his legs by 41 points (93-52) in the Group 2 state final, Central High coach Shawn McCray exclaimed, “Are there really rules? You find the loopholes and get it done. That’s too much work for me.”

Rasheer Fleming ’22, now a freshman at St. Joseph’s University in the A10 Conference

Armed with a rather weak case in their effort to eliminate Camden from NJSIAA competition, the hitman mades a concerted effort to besmirch the reputation of Dajuan Wagner and the Wagner family. There can be no other logical reason for including a recap of fight Dajuan was involved in 21 years ago. It seems Armstrong wants his readers to internalize and adopt a perception of Dajuan as violent and menacing. This depiction is a far cry from the quiet, unassuming and gentle man known to everyone in Camden.

The hitman also chose to refer to a night 22 years ago when William Wesley took Wagner to a strip club after he scored 100 points in a game. Again, this incident took place 21 years ago. What is the relevance to the 2022 state champions? There is none… But, the goal is create a distorted perception about Dajuan and his family… Sucka shit… That’s what it’s called ’round my way.

Cognizant of the fact that many will remain ambivalent and some will view teenage fights and a visit to a strip club as a something akin to a right of passage, Armstrong decided to include references to the trial and conviction of Dajuan Wagner’s stepfather Leonard Paulk. The hitman noted that “Paulk was convicted and sentenced to life in prison.” What he failed to do, however, was to explain how the legal troubles of Wagner’s stepfather from 18 years ago are related to the 2022 Camden High School basketball team.

Paulk’s arrest and conviction are included as part of the hitman’s sustained effort to shape and reinforce a decidedly negative perception of Dajuan and the Wagner family… Period.

After attempting to painstakingly disparage Wagner and his family, the hitman set his sites on Rick Brunson, coach of the Panthers for the past three seasons. The hitman wrote that, “In 2014, [Brunson] was accused of sexual abuse but was acquitted.” Why… What purpose does the inclusion of this allegation serve? Judge James Booras ruled the state was “unable to meet the burden of proof required” to convict Brunson for the April 2014 incident. Furthermore, during the trial Brunson’s defense team questioned why the woman waited 10 days before contacting police and claimed the woman was seen on video laughing with Brunson after leaving the massage room.

He beat the case… In America, you are innocent til proven guilty. Right? Brunson is innocent… Period. This incident is a non-incident and is included as a salacious sidebar.

Nonetheless, the hitman understood that inclusion of this allegation could further his effort to characterize the Panthers as a lawless program.

Rick Brunson, former Camden HS coach

Next up on the hitman’s list was Pervis Ellison. His “crime”? Pervis “fundraised aggressively” according to the hitman. The hitman also took quick shots at William Wesley and John Mirenda, CEO of Greentree Mortgage. Mirenda is called into question because he’s “listed as treasurer and financial director for Scholars Elite.” Why is that problematic for the hitman? Because right after Dajaun was drafted and signed a $7.4 million dollar rookie contract Greentree provided him with a $258,000 mortgage for a West Deptford house for his mother.

What da fuck does a 20 year old mortgage deal for an NBA lottery pick have to do with the 2021-2022 Camden HS basketball team?

Nothing… Absolutely nothing…

The hitman was just throwing a whole lotta shit on the wall and hoping some of it sticks.

Hitmen are noted for their persistence and Armstrong is no different. He carefully stalked his prey. He described what he witnessed while on a stakeout, “on a Tuesday in May. Two schoolchildren dribbled until their yellow bus picked them up around 8 am. Soon after, Bradshaw walked out of Juanny’s house and Perkins followed him. They got in a red Chrysler, which Perkins drove to school.”

Da’ fuck? The hitman’s staking out the homes of HS basketball players…

His six-month detail completed, the hitman submitted his special report, NJ.com published it.

The investigation has commenced…

Unable to beat ‘em on the court. Governor Codey and a few competing coaches have retained the services of NJ Advance Media and NJ.com to knock the mighty Camden Panther program out of contention. Armstrong’s defamatory piece was just the first public salvo in what will surely be a relentless campaign to prevent the Black kids from the poor, but exceedingly, proud city of Camden from beating the shit down the legs of their New Jersey opponents.

I can’t wait to see next season’s versions of the mighty Panthers…

U want Da High?

“Hell no” is apparently the response from some influential folk in NJ scholastic athletics.

Check rock… Stop Bitchin’!

Penn State Lands Demetrius Lilley (Lower Merion/Philly Pride)

September 24, 2021 – Camden, New Jersey – In March of 2020, in a piece titled “The Big 10’s (Successful) Attack on Philly Mid-Majors!” I shared former Big 10 Commissionser Jim Delany’s thoughts about the Big 10 annexing Rutgers, Penn State and Maryland. Delany stated how significant the mid-Atlantic presence is to the Big 10’s long-term plans. “I don’t think people should evaluate this in the short term. But in a 25-year or 50-year period, I think they’re going to be very competitive. They are added value. “If you don’t venture out,” Delany said, “you never gain anything.

Newly installed Penn State basketball coach Micah Shrewsberry has demonstrated that he plans to venture out to Philly. Under Shrewsberry’s predecessor, Penn State established a solid recruting foothold in Philadelphia. Former Head Coach Pat Chambers and his top assistant Keith Urgo repeatedly come into Philly and landed some of the best players. Newbill (Public League), Carr (Catholic League), Stevens (Catholic League), Garner (Catholic League), Watkins (Public League) and Brockington (Catholic League) played very well for the Nittany Lions.

The Chambers regime left Seth Lundy (Catholic League), Sam Sessoms (Friends League) and John Harrar (Central League) on the Nittany Lion roster.

One had to wonder if Coach Shrewsberry and Penn State would continue to aggressively recruit Philadelphia. Moreover, assuming they wanted to, it was fair to ask if they would be able to continue grabbing top shelf Philly prospects.

Well… The answer is yes and yes.

With the commitment of Demetrius Lilley (Lower Merion/Philly Pride) to Penn State, joining Jameel Brown (Westtown/Team Final) Penn State has effectively demonstrated a commitment to recruiting Philly.

Jameel Brown is ranked #148 by Rivals. According to Rivals, Lilley is the #31 center.

Black Cager Fall Classic Returns with Local and National Power House Programs Set to Compete

September 3, 2021 (Camden, NJ) – Black Cager Sports is proud to announce the return of the Fall Classic Pre-Season Basketball Tournament. Some of the nation’s finest scholastic squads will hit the courts at Charger Nation for the two day event from Saturday, September 18 to Sunday, September 19.

“We feel this year may be the best version of the Fall Classic since we started in 2016. The quality and the depth of the basketball talent is exceptional and will lead to exciting games as some of the best high school players on the eastern seaboard have the chance to showcase their abilities. Many of the players have offers from BIG 10, SEC, ACC, AAC, A10 and Big East programs,” said Delgreco Wilson, Founder of Black Cager Sports.

Duece Jones, Trenton Catholic Prep Academy sophomore PG

Most importantly, this years Fall Classic is sponsored by Black Cager Academic Advising. As a result, every participating school will receive 2 free NCAA Eligibility/Transcript Evaluations. The academic evaluation reports helps student-athletes, parents, AAU coaches and college coaches make more informed decisions during the recruitment process.

An academic evaluation report from Black Cager Academic Advising will:
• Identify the academic documents being evaluated
• Include our statement of progress toward NCAA eligibility
• Include your Core Course Grade Point Average and total Core Credits
• Describe our evaluation methodology
• Be certified by the evaluator (with certification stamp and signature)
• Be emailed and/or mailed in an ‘evaluation sealed & stamped envelope’

The iconic Fall Classic pre-season tournament has hosted many future high major college superstars over the years. Since it’s establishment in 2016, the Black Cager Fall Classic has welcomed in the next generation of top East Coast ballers. The most recent wave of talent has included Kentucky sophomore forward, Lance Ware, Villanova freshman forward, Nnanna Njoku and Temple freshman point guard Hysier Miller. Other Fall Classic Alums include Collin Gillspie (Villanova), Rahsool Diggins (UConn), Jaylen Stinson (JMU), Jahmir Brickus (La Salle), Lynn Greer III (Dayton), Seth Lundy (Penn State), Ace Baldwin (VCU) and Bernard Lightsey (Lincoln).

There are remaining slots for this year’s event. We also hope to have a few of the top girls teams participate.

Derek Simpson, Lenape Senior PG, Rutgers Commit

Some of the the top players include:
Jahnathan Lamothe (#44 Rivals c/o 2023, St. Frances Academy, Undecided)
Javon Adams (c/o 2022, Olympus Prep, Undecided)
Anthony Finkley (c/o 2023 West Catholic, Undecided)
Kaseem Watson (c/o 2022 West Catholic, Undecided)
Kareem Watson (c/o 2022 West Catholic, Undecided)
Zion Stanford (c/o 2023 West Catholic, Undecided)
Bryce Lindsay (c/o 2022, Bishop Walsh, Undecided)
Derek Simpson (c/o 2022 Lenape, Rutgers Commit)
TJ Robinson (c/o 2024 Bishop Walsh, Undecided)
Kobe Magee (c/o 2022 Executive Education, Drexel Commit)
Michael “Deuce” Jones (c/o 2024 Trenton Catholic Academy, Uncommitted)
Jeremiah Bembry (c/o 2022 Executive Education, Undecided)
Cortez Johnson (c/o 2022 St. Frances Academy, Undecided)
Daniel Alcantara (c/o 2022 Reading, Undecided)
Ruben Rodriguez (c/o 2024 Reading, Undecided)
Justin Moore (c/o 2022 Archbishop Wood, Undecided)
Jacob Beccles (c/o 2022 Constitution, Undecided)
Jahiem Bethea (c/o 2022 MCS, Undecided)
Robert Wright III (c/o 2024 Neumann-Goretti, Undecided)
Kaafiq Myers (c/o 2024 Neumann-Goretti, Undecided)
Niame Scott (c/o 2023 Conwell-Egan, Undecided)

The Fall Classic welcomes several new teams to tournament:
• Bishop Walsh HS (MD)
• Players from Gwynn Park HS (MD)
• Lenape HS (NJ)
• Muhlenberg HS (PA)
• Conwell-Egan HS (PA)

Locally, this season’s event welcomes three of the top teams in the state of Pennsylvania, including 6A State Champion Reading HS, Philadelphia Catholic League Champion Archbishop Wood, District 1 power Plymouth-Whitemarsh as all perennial state title contenders Neumann-Goretti and Constitution.

Reading HS 2021, State Champions

The 2021 Fall Classic will run four sessions – with morning and afternoon sessions featuring four games each on both days of the event.

“We are very excited to have our basketball program to participate in a tournament that has become an East Coast tradition,” said St. Frances Academy Head Coach, Nick Myles. “The opportunity to play against some of the top talents in the Mid-Atlantic region will prepare us for the long season ahead.”

Black Cager Sports has partnered with Charger Nation, a regional sports management company, to manage all event operations. Charger Nation has worked with many of the regions leading basketball organizations and teams including Catholic, Private and Public school programs. Charger Nation has managed hundreds of grassroots and AAU events.

For more information on the tournament, follow @BlackCagerFallClassic on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

About Black Cager Sports
Black Cager Sports aims to raise academic outcomes through athletics for high school participants throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region. Black Cager sports has touched the lives of more than 200 young people, over the last decade, boosting the graduation and college acceptance rates of its members to about 95%. Many program participants credit the program’s encouragement, tutoring, and guidance with setting them up for success in college admissions and beyond. “They were the first people to actually sit me down and say, ‘Hey, you can do it. This is exactly how you can achieve your goals. You can go to college,’” says Taquan Woodley, a class of 2021 alumnus.  “They really believed in me before I even believed in myself.”

Coach… Looking for Good SENIOR Players?

It’s that time of year… My homies coaching at the smaller D1 programs out west and down south start hitting me up… “Who’s still out there?”

“We had a kid leave…”

“Our top recruit went somewhere else…”

For whatever reason… D1, D2 and NAIA coaches, in January. begin to look under every rock, visit every gym and call every contact trying to fill out their rosters for next year.

This a “cheat sheet” for my buddies… This is a list of kids that could help some D1 programs, would contribute immediately at most D2/NAIAs and would be stars at the D3 level. These are kids Black Cager Scouting Service has seen up close.

Available Seniors-page-0

Coach… you know the routine… google ’em, look at the Hudl, Krossover and youtube highlights… If you have a sincere interest in any of these kids, we can put you in touch with the coaches and families IMMEDIATELY!

Good Luck…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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