2019 Entertainer’s Spring League Top Performers - 5/5
On Sunday, May 5, RecruitTheBronx.com paid a visit to the Dunlevy Milbank Community Center for the Entertainer’s Spring High School League, where many of the best players in the tri-state area come out to play. Here are some of the standouts from this Sunday’s games:
Curtis Fornchor, 6-8, Forward, Hudson Catholic High School (NJ), Goldmins, Class of 2019 - Fornchor is very aggressive in the low-post. Has the ability to overpower the opposition, due to his large frame. Is good at blocking shots and being a formidable presence.
Nariq Chisolm, 6-8, Forward, Martin Luther High School, Goldmins, Class of 2019 - Chisolm is strong and versatile. Has the ability to put the nail on the floor and also be aggressive when going to the basket. Also has the ability to rebound and make his presence felt in the low-post.
Rashawn Clemente, 6-3, Shooting Guard, Adlai Stevenson High School, Goldmins, Class of 2020 - Clemente is very quick, and tough. Has an affinity for shooting jumpers, but is better at getting to the basket. Is proficient in slicing and dicing to the hole, and is also a good passer.
Kyron Robinson, 5-7, Point Guard, Our Saviour Lutheran High School, Goldmins, Class of 2020 - Robinson is lightning-quick when running up and down the court on the fast break and has plenty of finesse in his offensive game. He is also good at defending the opposition and getting steals. Struggles with shooting jumpers.
Delijah Farmer, 6-0, Point Guard, Bronx Lighthouse Academy, EJ All-Stars, Class of 2020 - Farmer is a very good playmaker and is able to create for himself. Is very quick and knows where and when to pick his spots on the court. Makes strong drives to the basket and loves to run in transition.
Isaiah Durant, 6-1, Shooting Guard, Brandeis High School, EJ All-Stars, Class of 2019 - Durant has deceptive moves to the basket and makes great drives to the hole. Has good passing instincts and is great at moving around the court and spacing for his teammates.
Randy Crosby, 6-0, Point Guard, Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School, EJ All-Stars, Class of 2021 - Crosby is speedy and is a lock-down defender. Knows when and where to take the right shots. Is very alert on defense and is good at getting steals and then rushing down court for a layup.
Darrell Victory, 5-6, Point Guard, St. Francis Preparatory School, Team Keynitt, Class of 2022 - A diminutive guard that plays defense and is quick on his feet, which confuses bigger players. A great facilitator for his teammates. Very fearless when going up for baskets and is willing to take charges.
Jordan Agyemang, 6-7, Forward, South Bronx Preparatory School, Team Keynitt, Class of 2019 - Agyemang displays plenty of aggression in the low post, and can also handle the ball and get rebounds. Struggles with taking care of the ball at times, but makes up for it with his motor. Showcases plenty of athleticism and loves to play above the rim.
Nick Johnson, 6-4, Shooting Guard, All Hallows High School, Debo’s All-Stars, Class of 2019 - For a big guard, Johnson is quick on his feet and loves to run on the fast break. Has aggression on both ends of the court, whether it’s going up for a dunk or blocking shots in the paint. Loves to play above the rim and is a good rebounder.
Mohamed Wague, 6-9, Forward, Frederick Douglass Academy, Debo’s All-Stars, Debo’s All-Stars, Class of 2020 - Wague makes his presence felt with his height and his play. Has good hands on the defensive end, as he blocks shots and is always alert for steals. Struggles with lack of offense, but is very strong on the defensive end.
Trent Lomax, 6-1, Shooting Guard, Eagle Academy-Harlem, Team Keynitt, Class of 2020 - Lomax has quick hands and is able to get to the basket with no problem. Sometimes struggles to finish consistently at the basket, but shows plenty of athleticism when going to the hole. Whenever he is in the game, he gives his team a lot of energy and effort.
John Egbuta, 6-5, Shooting Guard, Springfield Commonwealth Academy (MA), Topper’s All-Stars, Class of 2019 - Egbuta has plenty of explosion in his game and is tough to stop when going to the basket. Has plenty of athleticism and is great at getting up for rebounds and running in transition. Struggles with shooting jumpers.
Charles Brown, 6-3, Swing, Brooklyn Collegiate High School, Topper’s All-Stars, Class of 2019 - Brown has plenty of versatility and can play the two, three or four position at his height. Great at stepping out to shoot from long range. Has plenty of strength and runs the floor well. Good at outmuscling and hustling taller players for rebounds.
Glen Anderson, 5-9, Point Guard, Brooklyn Collegiate High School, Topper’s All-Stars, Class of 2019 - Anderson is lightning-quick on offense and is hard for the opposition to contain. Has the ability to be a good facilitator. He is also a defensive threat by picking off the opposition for steals on the end.
Dashawn Davis, 6-3, Shooting Guard, Our Saviour Lutheran High School, Terry’s All-Stars, Class of 2019 - Davis can make plenty of plays on the court and has good court vision and knows where to pass to his teammates when they’re moving in transition. Struggles in turning the ball over, but makes up for it by being able to get to the basket whenever he slices his way to the basket.
Elijah Wynn, 6-0, Point Guard, Wadleigh Secondary School, Topper’s All-Stars, Class of 2019 - Wynn can facilitate to his teammates, and also has plenty of toughness, which aids in him getting to the basket. Has a good outside shot from long range. A very competitive player that takes no plays off.
Bernard Kouma, 6-10, Forward, Our Saviour Lutheran High School, Terry’s All-Stars, Class of 2019 - Kouma can be a mismatch on the outside and the inside. Has the ability to block shots and can also handle the ball on the offensive end. Has the ability to be a force on the low block.
Elijah Harris, 6-6, Forward, Edward Reynolds/West Side High School, Topper All-Stars, Class of 2019 - Harris can jump out of the gym and is aggressive on both ends of the floor. Loves to go to the glass and is someone that can get much needed blocks and/or rebounds for his team.
Khalil Brantley, 6-2, Point Guard, Nazareth High School, Terry’s All-Stars, Class of 2021 - Brantley is speedy on the offensive end and loves to run on the fast break. Good at breaking down the defense with his dribble and can shoot from long range. Is a player that can get to the basket easily. Struggles with staying with defensive assignment at times.
Mahamadou Nimaga, 6-0, Shooting Guard, Wings Academy, Terry’s All-Stars, Class of 2020 - Nimaga is great at slicing and dicing to the basket and is a great defender, as he moves his feet well and is good at sticking with whoever he is guarding. Is a flat-out scorer that can take over a game when he has the ball in his hands.