2019 All Gym Rat Challenge Team - 9th Grade Division
Excerpted from Gym Rat Challenge reporting
Jamyier Patton, a lightning-quick 5-foot-6 guard, earned the MVG award for the bracket as he served as a high effective floor general for Unit Promise, and spearheaded the team’s superlative defensive work.
JoPaul McKrieth (42) 6-4 post BABC 2022/Chicopee High School: An outstanding “big” who contributed in every game throughout the event. A tireless and strong rebounder. Showed good footwork on both ends. Great handle for a big man. He can lead the break and initiate offense. Also strong enough to bully his defender. He dictates action and creates room for his shot. He has “throwback” skills. Less flash, but 100% substance. May eventually emerge as an indomitable force in Massachusetts.
Jaquan Harris (4) 6-3 guard Playaz Basketball Club/The Patrick School: A very physically imposing player. Quick and extremely athletic. Just an explosive player on both ends. Showed off a very good shooting ability here. Has a solid base and gets his shot off quickly. An explosive finisher at the rim. Can use either hand and finishes above the rim. Great rebounder, goes and gets the ball at its highest point. Played consistently well throughout the event, and made big plays when they mattered most….including a late layup that cemented his team’s bracket championship.
Jamyier Patton (2) 5-6 guard The Unit Promise/CSAT School: An extremely quick guard who has a great feel for the game and affects a contest’s outcome in a variety of ways, as he showed here. Always shot ready, very good in catch-and-shoot situations. A true combo guard who is a strong-enough ball-handler to play the point and does so effectively under pressure. One of the top defenders in the division, particularly off-the-ball. He does a great job denying cutters. Great ability to change speeds. Extremely smart player. Good drive-and-dish tendencies.
DeAvion Ellis (11) 6-1 guard Playaz Basketball Club/North Bergen High School: An instinctive player. Quick to get into passing lanes on defense. Very good shooter. Very athletic with a great vertical leaping ability for his size. A hard-nosed player who scraps for everything. He does all the little things while never getting out of control
Khalon Taylor (11) 6-0 wing Vermont Elite/BHS: An extremely athletic player. He can shoots the lights out, and from long range. Gambles a lot on defense, often too much, but does get more than his share of steals due to active hands, feet and aggressive mentality. Just a high-energy guy. He took over one game here down the stretch with his work on both ends.
Jason Jacobs (42) 5-9 guard Team Elite/East Ridge High School: An athletic, low-base defensive stalwart. Fast hands and above average instincts allow for him to be effective on the defensive end. Streaky shooter, but did hit some long-range shots here. Outstanding player with skills that indicate a nice upside. Needs only to be less careless with the ball at times.
Zayd Sadiq (5) 5-9 point guard Mass Hoops Jaguars/Amherst Regional High School: A true point guard, always has eyes up and he sees the entire court and teammates. Very quick with the ball, attacks and puts pressure on the defense. Calm and comfortable with the ball in his hands. Reads passing lanes and the eyes of opponents. Has quick hands. Looks to move the ball constantly.
Sidney Borges Jr. (2) 5-9 wing Mass Hoops Jaguars/Sabis International Charter School: An athletic, strong and attacking wing player that looks for contact and finishes above the rim. A very aggressive and active defender who is always looking to strip the ball from an opponent. Offensively, he can both shoot it and drive to the hoop. Plays under control at all times, plays with maturity already.
Craig Connell (20) 6-1 forward NY Ratz/Goshen High School: Very versatile player that does a little bit of everything. Showed off a long-range touch here, out to three-point range. Plays straight up in the post and is an intelligent defender. Plays with his back to the basket at times and does so effectively. Always seems to be looking for contact to draw fouls.
Cole Martinez (13) 5-10 guard Mass Premier/Xaverian Brothers High School: An extremely capable ball-handler, fundamentally sound with many skills. Already a skilled point guard. He is a facilitator, the offense runs through him. Showed a good shot and good aggressive play on the offensive end. Can use either hand to finish at the basket. Showed a constant high court IQ.
Kristos Fernandez (32) 6-3 forward Long Island Select//New Hyde Park High School: A true “big” who showed off good hands on passes to him in the post. A real physical player. He sets up down low and looks to make contact to draw fouls. Showed an ability to dribble the ball well for his size, and makes the simple play. A real scrapper, he sticks his nose into contact while chasing rebounds.
Cameron Orr (4) 5-11 guard City Rocks Orange/Lake George High School: A legitimate 3-point sniper. Quick release with effortless range. Plays off guard but has enough handle to be comfortable against pressure. Shooting ability opens up driving lanes. Gets to the basket and can finish as well as get to the free-throw line. Excellent free-throw shooter. High IQ player with a high motor.
Nayshawn Wiliams (11) 6-2 point guard City Rocks Orange/Schenectady High School: Just a great scorer, already with NBA range. Can knock down 3’s off the dribble. Uses ball screens effectively and reads the defense well. Quick and explosive first step on drives. Uses body to protect the ball at the rim. Can heat up quickly and take over a game. Consistently hit tough shots here, including a 3-pointer at the buzzer over multiple defenders to win a pool-round game.
Justice Shoats (11) 5-11 point guard Valley Thunder/Holy Redeemer High School: A pout guard that can create off the dribble and score at the hoop against contact. Right-handed, but uses either hand to finish. Good footwork on jumpshot when coming off screens. Solid 3-point shooter and great with mid-range shots. Always in the passing lanes on defense, causing turnovers and converting them to easy layups.
Matt Prociak (44) 6-4 post Valley Thunder/Holy Redeemer High School: A strong, physical big man already. Good touch around the basket with either hand, although right-hand dominant. Long arms, blocks his share of shots and gets a ton of rebounds. Good shooting stroke. With work, he could really stretch the floor. Moves feet well when switched on to smaller, quicker opponents.
Krist Garcia (6) 6-0 point guard King Hoops/Christ The King School: A strong and quick point guard. Can rebound and really looks to push in transition. Passes well with either hand off the dribble. Good mid-range game. Can get hot from 3-point range. Shooting form need a little work to be more consistent. Can take defenders off the dribble and finish against contact. Tough kid that was consistently his team’s go-to scoring option.
Tommy Martinez (32) 6-4 forward King Hoops/Truman High School: An athletic power player. Slightly undersized, but can really jump to make up for it on defense. Long wingspan and high defensive IQ makes him a good shot-blocker. Challenges shots at the rim. Gets easy layups and elbow jumpers by reading the defense. Has a nice mid-range shot. Could use some consistency on his shot to stretch the floor, but can knock down short jumps when catching in rhythm.
Josh Lopez (24) 6-1 wing King Hoops/Ice High School: Great rebounder on both ends of the court. Uses length well. Very strong player and high motor, plays with energy at all times. Gets a lot of easy baskets from his persistence on the glass. Can step out and hit outside shots. Shooting form is solid, but might benefit from shooting with a little more arc.
Jayquan Kirkland (10) 6-3 forward PHD Basketball/Stratford High School: Long arms and a solid frame. Good handle and can get to the rim with easy. Finishes well against contact, and knows how to protect the ball at the rim. Very good rebounder and defender. Doesn’t settle for jumpers often, but can knock down the three-pointer at a high percentage. Outstanding free-throw shooter.
Alex Williams (32) 6-3 wing Coast to Coast SISTO/Shenendehowa High School: An intelligent player, makes great cuts to get open away from the ball. Bails out teammates on offense, uses quickness to leave defenders in the dust. Steps up to defend bigger opponents. Just a glue guy. Already has solid skill base, needs only to be more assertive on offense.
Ayden Harrison (1) 6-7 center Coast To Coast SISTO/Christian Brothers Academy: A long, lanky post player who uses his length to get hands on passes while on defense and to alter shots. Great shooting range, adds an extra dimension as a stretch-5. Good finisher. Can sneak his layups into tight windows (Tayshaun Prince-like). Added muscle and speed will bring him to a high level. Blocked a dunk attempt here. Has grit and toughness to challenge anyone.
Joseph Griffin (45) 6-3 post BABC 2022/Central High School: A real glass cleaner! Excellent rebounder and finishes most everything. Just a rugged inside presence. Has an aggressive motor. He’s an intimidating space-created. Converts alley-lop passes. Has explosiveness of an established star player. Showed emerging wing skills. Will be an intriguing prospect for years to come.
Thomas Whelan (3) 6-0 guard 6th Boro Hoops/Fordham Prep: A tough grinder. Great finisher even when off balance and when using his weak hand. Crafty handle, very strong going left to right with spin, crossover or between-legs moves. Much potential and will get better with increased explosiveness on first step and going north and south more than sideways.
Zach Miller (50) 6-5 center WSHA 2022 Boys/Hershey High School: A high-IQ big who knows when to leave the post, make high-post cuts, exploit gaps in a defense. Strong shooting feel with range out to three-point territory. Soft rotation on shot. Advanced post moves (Jack Sikma like) with up-and-under, hook series. Pesky defender and rebounder. Always has contact with opponent. Needs only to improve offense vs. zone, mainly when in the high post.
Kevin Dosin (2) 5-11 guard 6th Boro Hoops/Fordham Prep: A rela shooter. Works hard off the ball to maintain top-level spacing. Plays with a high motor, always cutting and trying to find open space. Constant motion. Just a gnarly defender. Willing to mix it up in the paint with the bigs. A true coach’s dream player.
Amari Howell (1) 6-0 point guard BABC 2022/Braintree High School: Active and energetic player. His energy demoralizing defenders. Has a deep fray of offensive moves. Can break you down and then use Kobe-like fadeaway. Very quick with the ball. Also possesses a great change-of-speed move. Needs to get stronger and more explosive, but already has a solid frame.
Deondre Johnson (16) 6-6 forward Newburgh Goldbacks/South Middle School: Great size and very coordinated. Finds and cuts into gaps. Uses his length to effectively steal passes. Already a quality shot-blocker. Capable enough transition ball-handler. He has a ton of potential, and will get better as he improves post-moves footwork and weak-side help defense.
Connor Curcio (20) 5-5 guard XL Thunder/Sanford High School: A gritty, hustling point guard who moves well without the ball to get open shots for himself. High percentage three-point shooter. Great understanding of space and positioning. Good on-ball defender with quick lateral movement, causes problems for other offenses. Just needs improvement on shooting off the dribble.
Ryan Robichaud (47) 6-3 forward XL Thunder/Sanford High School: A confident decision-making forward who is comfortable with the ball in the paint or on the perimeter. Good control of body and footwork that leads to a nice touch around the rim. Solid passing skills from the post. Will improve with a better mid-range game and ball-screen defense.
Mekhi McDonald (31) 5-8 guard Newburgh Goldbacks/Newburgh Free Academy: A real tough guard who drives to the rim without fear and seeks contact. Gets more than his share of free-throw attempts through his aggressive play. Goes in with good balance and is a creative finisher. Cuts hard. Good understanding of spacing. Tough defender. Can improve his jumper and body language.
Dontae Harris (24) 6-4 forward Harlem USA/Frederick Douglas Academy: A strong forward who knows how to use his body well to get inside position. Very capable of stepping outside and hitting three-point shots. Effective around the basket going after offensive rebounds and gets his share of put-back baskets. Will step up with better defensive intensity and overall attitude.
Shaheem Ellis (0) 5-7 point guard HOPE/Edison Tech: A quick guard with great court vision. Comfortable driving and finishing right or left. Knockdown shooter off the catch, specifically from the wings. Excellent ball-handler, particularly in transition game. Finds open teammates. Will improve with better shooting off the dribble and with off-ball defense.
Mike Atta (35) 6-3 forward Rise As One/Pope John High School: A strong wing forward who is always in an aggressive attack mode. He gets to the rim at will. Great first step to beat defenders off the dribble and is able to finish with a soft touch through traffic. Decent mid-range jumper and is a strong rebounder. Needs a little work on changing speeds.
Kamar Goudelock (0) 6-0 guard The Unit Promise/Bishop Timon High School: A smooth guard with athleticism who can change speeds and change hands in transition. That work leads to solid finishes at the rim. Jumps in passing lanes defensively and is good at timing his jump for more than his share of blocked shots and rebounds. Will be better with improved 3-point touch and ball handling.
Kevin Thompson (24) 6-2 wing The Unit Promise/Bishop Timon High School: A very athletic wing who showed off playmaking ability. Strong when he drives the middle and goes to the basket. Floods to good spots to get open when teammates drive, leading to kick-out three-point opportunities for him. Holds his box outs well. Can improve on finishing through contact and defensive close outs.
Nicholas Schroeder (45) 6-0 guard Unity Legends Select/Nutley High School: Good size already for a class of 2022 point guard who can also play off. Extremely fluid shooting form. Good stroke with very deep range. Showed good leadership qualities, vocal on the court. Good-enough defender. Foot speed isn’t great, but makes up for that with fundamentals and effort.
Steve Dorvil (24) 6-2 forward Unity Legends Select/Linden High School: Good size, length ad is a great athlete. Capable of playing either forward spot, or even in the post. Quick off his feet for second jump. Showed play-making ability from the high post. Good finisher around the basket. A legitimate difference maker when he’s playing hard, but motor effort was inconsistent here.
Connor Olcott (25) 5-10 guard Worcester Team United/Saint John’s High School: A very smart and composed player as the primary ball-handler. Decent shooter from three-point range, particularly off the catch. Good enough skills to play off guard, as well. Capable of making good reads and delivering passes. Needs some improvement as a defender.
Ryan Gentilucci (14) 6-3 post Worcester Team United/Saint Peter Marian High School: Good length, good coordination, decent footwork. Can play either power spot. Very fundamentally sound. Boxes out well. Knows how to seal for position. Good drop-step moves round the basket. Has a solid mid-range jumper. Does all the little things. Capable of making good decisions vs. pressure defense.
Jayden Williams (11) 5-8 guard PSA Cardinals/St. Rays High School A heady point guard who can play off as well. Small frame, but great speed. Able to use is body and finish through contact. Handles the ball well vs. pressure defense. Able to play at a variety of speeds/gears. Good awareness on both ends. Showed off a solid shooting touch here.
Josh Cameron (5) 6-6 forward PSA Cardinals/Fessenden High School: Great size and length. A fluid athlete and well-coordinated for is size. Capable of playing any front-court position. Decent rebounder. Also able to handle the ball in the open court. Has a passable kid-range jump shot. Very agile defender, who uses his length well. Motor, though, is inconsistent.
Tyree Thomas (22) 6-2 post Brampton Elite Canada/Jeunes Sans Frontieres: Good size, length and impressive wingspan. Capable of playing either power position. Moves very well laterally. Plays with a high motor at all times. Vocal defender. Good rebounder, and very good defender. Crashes the offensive boards hard. A lefty, but very limited skill set offensively right now.
Nathaniel Maldonado (4) 5-11 guard Back 2 Basics Academy/Archbishop Stepinac High School: A lanky point guard. Not explosive, but plays with good rhythm. Shifty ball-hanker, very crafty with the ball. Able to shift gears and play at any speed. Good isolation scorer, but lacks elite playmaking ability. Excels in the open floor. Could benefit by better shooting touch and more physicality.
Tyreak Westfield (8) 5-11 forward Ottawa Phoenix/Ottawa Brookfield School: A stockily built power player with just average height for the position. But, low center of gravity helps. Extremely high motor overcomes size. Uses his strength to be a good rebounder. Often makes hustle plays. Solid screener. Not overly skilled offensively, but a high-energy player.
Stefan Prica (24) 5-10 point guard Brampton Elite Canada/Applewood Heights School: Only ball-handler on his team here and ran the offense smoothly. Average athleticism, but extremely crafty. Plays at the speed he dictates and shifty with ball-handling moves. Plays with maturity beyond his age. Knows how to draw fools. Okay shooter/defender for now.
Braeden Sottile (34) 6-2 wing Mass Premier 2/King Phillip Regional High School: Average athlete, but good length. Capable of playing off guard, small or power forward. Smart player who is always under control. Has a solid jumper off the catch. Solid triple threat with a nice jab step he uses to get past defenders despite his average athleticism. Gets the job done.
Diarmid Stewart (1) 6-2 forward Pennsylvania Rens 2022/Spring Grove High School: An athletic forward with a high motor. Very active on both ends of the floor. Aggressive driver who finishes well through contact. Runs the floor hard. Three straight defensive possessions with a steal here led to baskets offensively in one game. Catch and rips, looking to score or make a play.
Karron Mallory (2) 5-10 point guard Pennsylvania Rens 2022/Northeastern York High School: A very quick true point guard. He accelerates in the open floor. Very unselfish, more than willing to give it up to open teammates. High court IQ. Showed a nice pull-up mid-range jumper. Good elevation on his shot. Knocks down the open three consistently. Active defender.
Shilo Bivins (31) 6-0 forward Pennsylvania Rens 2020/South Western High School: A log and athletic forward. Extremely active on the glass. Moves well without the ball. Works to get others open. Finishes through contact around the rim. Very coachable. Can hit both the mid-range and perimeter jumper. Boxes out on every shot and hustles for loose balls. Plays hard defense without fouling.
Jack Stowell (5-10) guard Maine Renegades-O’Brien/Falmouth High School: A lefty shooter who plays well from the point guard position. Good handle and is unfazed by pressure defense. Very unselfish player. Makes the extra pass to open teammates to set up their shots. Good finisher. Needs only to further develop his off hand.
Dana Williams (2) 5-6 point guard Team Spartans-Regional/Weston High School: A vocal leader on the floor. Great use of both hands dribbling, or finishing around the basket. Very quick in transition. Finishes through contact. Drives with the mindset of scoring, but will kick it out effectively to an open shooter if help comes at him. Plays calmly and keeps teammates composed.
Blake Taylor (2) 5-7 guard Big Fun Academy/Henry Abbott Tech: A true spot-up shooter with a very quick release. Pushes the ball in transition with the correct pace. Has the ability to find open teammates on drives. Very good defender with quick hands, gets his share of steals/deflections. Will be better with work on finishing through contact and over bigger players.
Mitchell Mackissock (52) 6-2 post Capital City Lightning/Guilderland High School: A strong post player. Solid rebounder on both ends of the court. Always seems to be in the right place at the right time on offense and defense. Active shot-blocker. Finishes strong in the paint. Exploded for 30 points in one game here. Needs to continue working on his jumper to become a real offensive threat.
Daniel Santos (25) 6-1 guard 9D Hoops/Haldane High School: A very crafty player, particularly coming off ball screens. Finishes well around the rim and through traffic. Uses his body to effectively in holding off defenders. Decent size for an off-guard at this age level. Could be better if he adds a mid-range pull-up game and develop his perimeter jumper.
Elijah Wyatt (5) 5-8 guard Maine Renegades-Good/Gorham High School: Good point guard who handles the ball well with either hand. Not bothered by pressure. Keeps head up while dribbling and finds open teammates effectively. Really high motor, particularly on the defensive end. Gets his hands on a lot of opposing passes and looks to start the break.
Isaiah Hill (32) 6-2 guard Triple Threat/Union Catholic High School: Scores the ball at all three levels with ease. Great cross-over move. Finds a way to get to the rim through traffic and creates for others. Great court vision. Might have been the best score in his pool, and is also unselfish with the ball. Very good athletes. Gets up to the rim even through traffic.
Tyson Maxam (2) 5-10 guard MVE/Waterville High School: Outstanding motor. Turns defense into offense often. Always looking to get out and start the break. Runs the floor extremely well. Knock-down, stand-still shooter. Has his eyes up when dribbling to dish or get by defenders to finish at the rim. Always looking to find his teammates.
Connor Eakin (14) 6-3 forward Lightning XTRA/Kelleberg High School: A fundamentally sound big man. Finishes well with his right hand. Showed off good feet and soft hands here. He cleans up the glass and gets his share of second-chance points with aggressive play around the rim. Needs only to develop a counter move and a mid-range jumper.
Ryan Walker (1) 5-7 guard New England Storm/Billerica High School: A scrappy guard that plays with a chip on his shoulder. Shoots the standstill and off the dribble. Gets in the lane and creates for others. Very good court vision. Competes on the defensive end. Needs to get better at finishing at the rim through traffic.
Nicholas Koch (30) 5-8 guard Bulls Basketball Club/Don Bosco Prep: Small scorer, but he can put points on the board. A rhythm shooter, shoots it really well off the dribble. Very crafty player with the ball in his hands. Can create room and is a knock-down stand-still shooter. Hanles the ball well and is an outstanding facilitator for his team.
Emmanuel Cruz (1) 6-4 forward Spingfield Ballers/Central High School: A long and athletic forward with some guard skills. Operates well in semi transition and from 15-foot range. Smooth finisher. Finishes high at the rim and can take contact. Decent jump shooter right now, needs to add a little range as well as to develop his left hand.
Christopher Ward Jr. (4) 5-9 point guard Chris Ward Basketball/Ardsley High School: The consumant point guard. He sees the whole court while looking for opportunities to score, either for himself or teammates. He just creates. Has great range, shoots and makes the three. Has a nice crossover move and can shoot off the dribble. Penetrates well. Defensively plays the wing in the 3-2, and his hands are up and active.
Osasumwen Woghiren (24) 6-5 post YABC/Boston Latin Academy: He plays tall. Long and smooth, he has a nice touch around the basket. He gets excellent rebounding position. Sets screens and rolls to the hoop. He’s tall and lean, but gets good position defensively. He wants to play in the lane and works hard to get the ball. Once he does, he knows what to do with it.
Naaquann Rogers (21) 6-1 wing South Jersey Jazz/Simon Gratz High School: An athletic and aggressive player who plays bigger than his 6-1 height. He’s capable of playing any position on the court. Uses his body and strength to get great inside shooting and rebounding position. He goes strong to the basket and he scores. Excellent defender. Moves his feet and doesn’t foul. Can play inside ad out with his solid ball-handling skills.
John Andaloro (35) 6-6 center South Jersey Jazz/St. Augustine High School: Uses his size to get and maintain good indie position on both ends. He rebounds well and scores inside off nice moves or on put-backs. He does a good job of finding open teammates on inside/outside possession. Showed off a nice passing skill out of the post to open teammates.
Ben Swartz (23) 5-9 wing Team Fredette/Glens Falls High School: His ability to move without the all makes him hard to cover by man-to-man defenses, and that trait gets him open frequently for his long-range jumper. He hits the three-pointer when left open consistently. Showed off a smooth ball-handling ability. A nice wing player who can also get to the basket to score.
Prophet Fields (5) 6-2 wing New York Gauchos-Turkson/Blue Print Middle School: Very quick and delivers the ball to the open man. Capable of playing the point. Distributes the ball, but isn’t afraid to put it up and he can hit from anywhere on the court. He is a solid penetrator and ball-handler. He plays excellent pressure defense and uses his quick hands and feet effectively.
Jack Bleir (11) 6-1 wing City Rocks Rochester/Aquinas High School: His strength is his quickness, especially on the defensive end. He’s an excellent ball-handler from the wing spot. Long, and sees the court well. Can hit the three-pointer consistently. Knows how to come off a screen and get his shot. He literally does it all. Athletic and runs the floor well. Extremely high motor. Dives on the floor for loose balls.
Xavier McKenzie (4) 5-7 point guard New England Storm/Central Catholic High School: A solid point guard. He leads the break and can go end to end, strong to the hoop. He sees the open man and distributes it well for good shots by his teammates. He drives hard to the hoop and knows how to finish strong. Showed off a nice pull-up jumper here. Plays smart defense.
Markus Robinson (34) 6-2 wing City Rocks Rochester/Charles Finney School: Makes himself present on the court right away. A wing player with excellent ball-handling skills, allowing him to penetrate or find an open teammate and/or open routes to the hoop. He’s a finisher, taking it strong to the hoop. Good rebounder and good range out to 3-point line. Can play and hit from anywhere. His defense is solid with quick hands and feet.
Phil Nwugwo (35) 6-5 post City Rocks Rochester/Victor High School: Good sized post player and he plays big. Very smooth moves and he goes to the hoop with grace. Battles for and gets excellent position in the post. An athletic big, who can also play away from the basket. Has a nice mid-range jumper to go along with his in-tight shot. Uses his length well to block more than his share of shots.
Darryl Washington 5-8 guard Hoop Roots Jayden Adams 5-10 forward King Hoops Blake Decker 6-5 post City Rocks Orange Jason Rogers 6-5 post City Rocks Orange Prince Allan 5-9 guard Valley Thunder Joshua Kester 5-7 guard Valley Thunder Jack Knoff 6-5 center PHD Basketball Isaiah Griffin 5-11 guard Playaz Basketball Club James Thomas 5-7 guard Long Island Select Mchael Gillespie 6-2 forward Mass Premier 1 Steven Tsui 6-1 wing Playaz Basketball Tyler Lingham 6-2 wing Playaz Basketball IsaMahal Castro-McCauley 6-2 forward Mass Hoops Jaguars Brady Schroeder 6-1 wing Team Elite Sharras McIver 5-8 wing VT Elite Lucas Penna 6-1 wing ACC Jake Introzzi 6-3 guard 6th Boro Hoops Mason Courtney 6-2 guard Coast to Coast SISTO Lukas Rhodes 6-3 forward WSHA 2022 Boys Cody Rosati 5-10 guard WSHA 2022 Boys Mekhi Dedrick 5-8 guard BABC 2022 Reid Doucharme 6-3 forward BABC 2022 Johnny Coleman 6-2 forward Rise As One Connor Rook 6-3 forward HOPE
Justin Kennedy 5-0 point guard XL Thunder Jimm Saccuzo 5-11 guard XL Thunder Damani Hinks 5-9 guard Harlem USA Justin Lawrence 6-3 forward Harlem USA Jordan Malonado 5-7 guard Harlem USA Teddy McDuffie 6-0 forward Unit Promise Solomon Jackson 6-1 guard guard Unit Promise Omar Abutaleb 6-5 forward Worcester Team United Deandre Williams 6-0 forward PSA Cardinals Melian Ortiz 6-8 centr pSA Cardinals Andrew Stack 6-1 wing Unity Legends Select Tommy Conniff 6-8 center Unity Legends Select Simeon Wilcher 6-4 forward PSA Cardinals Owen Goldsmith 6-0 guard Ottawa Phoenix Tymon Okpalefe 6-2 wing Brampton Elite Canada Michael Hanna 5-10 guard Mass Premier 2 Elijia McKelvin 6-2 wing Back 2 Basics Academy Jarin Beauford 5-10 guard Hoop Roots Thai Sapenter 6-1 forward Big Fun Academy Kyle Cornell 6-1 wing Capital City Lightning Thomas Haugh 6-6 post Pennsylvania Rens 2022 Eze Frasier 5-10 guard Palisades Elite Javian Ovalles 6-3 post Palisades Elite Thomas Haugh 6-6 post Pennsylvania Rens 2022 Kyle Cornell 6-1 wing Capital City Lightning Tomasso Maher 5-9 guard Triple Threat Jackson Perisa 6-0 forward Lightning Logan Copperwheat 5-10 forward MVE Cole Pearsall 6-0 forward MVE Caden Morris 6-2 forward MVE Zyliek Hammett 5-9 forward MVE Aidan Sheehy 6-1 forward New England Storm-Black Seyphon Triplett 6-0 forward Springfield Ballers-Scoville Camron Washington 5-9 guard Springfield Ballers-Scoville Edward Mwandemani 5-11 forward Springfield Ballers-Scoville Robert Viggiano 5-8 guard 9D Hoops Giovanni Payne 5-9 guard Bulls Basketball Club Todd Smith 5-7 guard Chris Ward Basketball Denis Ward 5-11 forward Chris Ward Basketball Benny Martinez 5-10 forward YABC Ryan Hatem 5-8 guard YABC Mike Smith 6-0 guard South Jersey Jazz Paule Brosious 5-9 guard Capital City Lightning Antoine McFadden 6-5 post City Rocks Rochester Brandon Moore 5-10 guard City Rocks Rochester Damarius Owens 6-1 wing City Rocks Rochester Adrian Torres 5-9 guard New England Storm Kyle Monahan 5-10 forward New England Storm Gerrad Beaubrun 6-1 forward LI Rough Ryderz Tyrone Youmans 6-3 post LI Rough Ryderz Ben Carey 5-9 guard City Rocks Rochester Joe Giandrea 4-10 guard Maine Renegades-Downing John Sutton 5-6 guard Maine Renegades-Downing Kyle O’Connell 6-0 forward B2L 9th Andre Prunty 5-8 wing Team Fredette-Prunty Julian Baquero 6-2 forward NY Gauchos-Turkson Neil Kamer 6-4 center NY Gauchos-Turkson