2017 St Rays v Molloy Scrimmage

By James Barrett

Recruit the Bronx sat in on the private scrimmage between St Raymond’s and Archbishop Molloy at the Nike Headquarters in Midtown Manhattan. 

Moses Brown 2018 7’2 C Archbishop Molloy - Premier big man in the country he is the highest ranked center that has not picked a school yet. He does a great job of finishing above the rim. Moses can handle the ball on the break and does a great job of passing out of double teams. When getting the ball in the post he can face up and make the short jumper. He is going to be a big time get for ever school gets him.

Cole Anthony 2019 6’2 PG Archbishop Molloy - Top point guard in his class nationally, Cole can score at will, he is a very explosive, dynamic guard with deep 3 point range with a. Does a great job running the team and makes excellent decisions. 

Khalid Moore 2018 6’8 Wing Archbishop Molloy - The Georgia Tech signee is an excellent slasher with great length and size. Moore is an all around player. He can defend multiple, knock down the 3, bring the ball up, make good passes and finish above the rim. It will be very interesting to see who is going to be able to stop the Stanners.

Dallas Watson 2018 6’2 Guard St Raymond’s - Sharp shooter with a good basketball IQ. Dallas can score with the best of them in NYC. After playing alongside Isaiah Washington last year, Watson is coming into this season like a man on a mission. He will be one of the top players in the CHSAA this season.

DaMarco Watson 2020 6’3 Guard St Raymond’s - Combo guard who is going to be the future the the Ravens basketball program. Watson has great size at 6’3, he has to get more consistent with the 3 point shot but he can get to the basket with a variety of moves and does a good job of finding the open man when getting into the gaps.

Omar Silverio 2018 6’3 Guard St Raymond’s - The Santa Clara signee can shoot the ball and finishes strong at the basket. He is the primary ball handler for the Ravens this year which I think will help him get more prepared for college. Silverio went in and challenged Brown at the rim several times throughout the course of the game and was on the winning end of it more often then not. It’s going to be very fun watching him this season.