2023 114 All Stars 17u College Prospects



Gary Burrell aka “G Money” started 114 All Stars four years ago. In that time, he has sent or helped send over 25 kids to college thru basketball. 95% of those were on scholarship. He humbly named his first team of only six players, after his home street address “114” in Queens.  He focuses on skills training and getting the players’ names out to coaches, whether that be for college, prep school, PSAL or CHSAA placement purposes.

His 2023 team will include the following:

John Harrington (2024) 6’3 guard, Community Health Academy of the Heights . Harrington was the PSAL’s top scorer in 2022-23. Needless to say, he is a 3 level scorer with tremendous success. He takes playing defense personally as well.

Jahmire Brewer (2024) 6’7 wing, Archbishop Molloy High. Prep Hoops New York has Brewer as a Top 35 player in the state. He was really starting to come into his own for Molloy this past winter. He brings defensive versatility, energy, and rebounding for whatever team he suits up for.

Malachi Cooper (2024) 5’9 point guard, Holy Trinity Diocesan High - Cooper is lightning quick. He uses the dribble to rock his defender to sleep, then crosses them up and/or blows by them. He looks to get his teammates the ball where they can have impact. He excels on the fast break.

Zion Hamilton (2026) 5’11 point guard, Uniondale High - Hamilton was Uniondale’s Fab Frosh this winter, playing older than his years. Recognized by LongIslandBasketball as one of the region’s Top 2026s. He is a scoring guard who will hunt his shot, as well as get others involved.  He loves the midrange game and is also a pit bull on defense.

Will Syndor (2024) 6’8 forward, First love Christian (PA) - Syndor picked up an offer from Bryant University, who is renowned for being on top talent early in the recruiting process. He has grown his impact with a season of high level prep ball at First Love to help him find what works best. He is 6’8 and is making that play bigger and better each season.

Brandon Berrios (2024) 6’4 guard, Goldstein High School for the Sciences - Berrios has used an improved three ball shot to turn himself into a 32 ppg scorer for Goldstein High. He defends well and takes charges.