2023-24 Our Saviour Lutheran Prep Team Player Profiles



Our Saviour Lutheran High School is a private, co-educational school located in Morris Park, Bronx.  Its high school was established in 1955.  In basketball, under coach Peter Wehye, they have created a tremendous college prep program. This year they are running five teams. Wehye head coaches the top team, that competes in the Overtime Elite League with other nationally renown programs. He sets the values and culture for all five teams.

The OSL Prep team is head coached by Ray Warren. Coach Warren has been apart of the OSL staff for eight years. He coached for two years with Wehye on the National team, one season as the Regional team head coach, and is now in his fifth season with the Prep team.He played D2 basketball at West Virginia Wesleyan. He had assisted by Mario Jimenez for the last five seasons. Coach Jimenez takes pride in helping assist these young men in not only basketball, but navigating through the many challenges in life. The prep team would not be as successful without him.

This OSL Prep team is keeping its winning tradition alive this year with another completely new roster. Over that last four years, the OSL Prep teams have surpassed 100 wins, including two 29 wins seasons, and back-to-back Great American Conference Championships. Last year’s team gained some notable wins over The Phelps School National team, Perkiomen School, The Patrick School and the eventual Prep National Tournament Champion, Putnam Science Academy. The Prep team’s notable alumni over the last four seasons includes Ansley Almonor (Fairleigh Dickenson), Seydou Traore, (Manhattan College), Darnell Evans, NCAA D2’s #4 leading scorer (Caldwell University) and Jamail Felt (Bowling Green University).

This year’s team is competing in the AAA Division of the Power 5 conference, a New England Prep school league. So far in this season, the team has won the Westtown/Phelps Invitational Tournament and have achieved a Top 20 ranking in the New England Prep School computer rankings.

This year’s players are looking to follow in the foot steps of the scholarship players that have previously bought into the program’s mission. Their profiles are as follows:


#0 David Cisse (2024) 6’6 forward from the Bronx, NY. As a high school senior, Cisse helped lead Monroe High to a deep playoff run and was named to the All State Team. He is very versatile, as he can play the wing or post. Cisse has the ability to finish above the rim and also challenge shots in the paint.

#1 Prophet Fields (2024) 6’3 guard from the Bronx, NY. Fields comes in from being an All CHSAA player. Fields is currently the team’s top playmaker with 4.3apg. He uses his length to create plays for others and shots for himself. Fields plays the game with a great level of poise that leads him to making great decisions. Halfway through the season, he’s currently shooting 46% fg 47% 3fg 83% ft. He had a season high of 18pts and 6ast against Busche Academy.

#4 Faquir Mosely (2024) 6’2 combo guard from Newark, NJ - Mosely is having a stellar season for the Falcons. With the ability to play either guard spot, his IQ and versatility makes him a valued asset at the next level. He can shoot it with range, get downhill, and make plays for himself and his teammates. He stuffs the stat sheet every night for the Prep team and shoots over 45 from the field and 35pct from 3. Mosley exploded for a season high of 32 points against 238 Prep Academy.


#5 Cayden Noonan (2025) 6’4 shooting guard from New Rochelle, NY. Noonan, the team’s sole underclassman, is a prospect with tremendous potential. In a game against the defending National Prep Champions, Putnam Science, he went off for 26pts, including seven 3 pointers. Noonan is a sharpshooter that can fill it up quick when given the opportunity.

#10 Mohamed Diaby (2024) 6’7 forward from Harlem, NY - Diaby comes from Thurgood Marshall Academy, where he led that team in double-doubles. Diaby is a lanky forward that is super active and can guard 1-5 because of his size and quickness. Offensively, you can find Diaby on the perimeter where he has made great improvements on his catch and shoot 3point shot. Against Roctop Academy, Diaby had a season High of 25pts, 7rebs, 3ast, 2stls and 1blk. 

#11 Andre Prescott (2024) 5’8 point guard from Brooklyn, NY - Prescott applies the type of ball pressure that can disrupt an entire offense. He has been called upon this season to stop perimeter players of all sizes. On the offensive end, he has also been able to show his ability to run the show. Prescott is one of the three Prep players currently shooting above 40% from 3 point range. At this winter’s Hoophall Showcase, Presscot had a season high 18pts against the Darrow School, while shooting 7 for8 fg and 3 for 3 3fg.

#21 Frank Wilson, Jr. (2024) 6’5 small forward from Brentwood, NY. Wilson comes to OSL Prep as a 1,500 point scorer and All County Selection at Half Hallows Hills West High. Wilson brings his high level energy and athleticism to the team, and is usually the loudest player on the floor. He had a season high 16pts and 8rebs against Busche Academy.


#25 Naceiar Kirksey (2024) 6’1 point guard from Newark, NJ -  Kirksey comes in as a 1,000 point scorer from Malcom X Shabazz High. Kirksey impacts the game on both ends of the floor. Halfway through the season, he currently leads the Prep team with 18.1 ppg, 3.8ast and 4.1rebs. Kirksey can fill it up at any moment and currently has two games over 30 points this season. The most impressive part of his offense is his efficiency, he shoots 48% fg,  45% 3fg (on 7 attempts per game) and 84% ft.  Naceiar has also been able to put his playmaking on display with two games over the 10 assist mark. The pressure defense he applies has led him to being the current steals leader with 3 a game. Kirksey is a high level player that is under the radar, but that is changing.

#33 Ziayde Ndancky (2024) 6’10 center from Middletown, NY - Ndancy is a stretch big that can play both inside and out. He has been really effective in pick and pop situations, as well as low post isolations this season. Ziyade had one of his best games this season against the nationally ranked Patrick School, finishing with 20pts, (6 for 9 fg and 2 for 4 3fg) and 8 rebs. Given size and skill development, he has limitless potential.

#24 Kassius Paulin (2024) 6’4 small forward from Mt Vernon, NY - Paulin has shown the ability to pressure players on the perimeter relentlessly. He has played well in his role as an 3 & D guy. Currently for the season, he is shooting 35% from 3 point range. In a against Prestige Prep, Paulin had a season high 15pts.


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