2021-22 White Plains High College Prospects
For the 2021-22 season, White Plains High will again be coached by their veteran coach, Spencer Mayfield in the AA Class of Section 1 of New York State basketball. The Tigers have won 10 league titles, two section championships and two state titles in Mayfield’s 29 years at the helm. They have also sent 10 players onto D1 college ball, seven onto D11 and several onto DIII ball. Five alums have played professionally, including one NBA player. Below are the current White Plains players with the potential of developing into college level performers.
Shane Washington (2022) 5’10 point guard - Washington is a dual sport (football) athlete who has made tremendous strides this summer as a point guard. Excellent two-way player with good 3 point shooting range. Plays with passion and can get downhill paint attacks and making his teammates better with his willing passer mindset. Washington can play through contact and finish at the rim. Shane is a high character and conscientious student athlete who would be an asset to any program. 3.3 gpa
Malik Dawson (2023) 6’2 wing - Dawson is a versatile inside/out player who is a solid 3 point shooter as well as a good mid range jump shooter. He has terrific length and the ability to guard multiple positions and plays outstanding help defense. Dawson was key reserve last season as a sophomore and will be counted on for his leadership and consistency as a valuable two way player for the next two seasons. He is an outstanding student with a 3.9 gpa.
Menzy Carden (2023) 6’2 wing - Carden is a returning starter who averaged 11.8 points per game last season and 7.7 rebounds per game as a sophomore. He was the team’s second leading scorer. Carden shot 44% from 3 point range and was a 85% free-throw shooter. He runs the floor really well, excellent in transition. He can finish in traffic as well as rebound in traffic. Very coachable and is a committed defender. Carden will be one of the top players to watch in Section 1 this year.
Jake Labrosciano (2024) 5’10 point guard - Labrosciano is an excellent 3 point shooter and very skilled passer. He makes good decisions in transition and in the half court offense. Very coachable, a hard worker and a student of the game. He is the first one at the gym and the last one to leave. He has the ability to develop into an outstanding point guard. Labrosciano has the passion and work ethic to play at the next level. 3.3 gpa
Logan McCormick (2024) 6’3 wing - McCormick can play multiple positions. He is an athletic player with a length and versatility. He can shoot the 3 pointer, the mid range and finish at the rim. McCormick is excellent in transition and very good in the half court game. He plays with a high basketball IQ for such a young player. He will be one of the top sophomores to watch in the area. 3.3 gpa.