2024 6th Boro Hoops-Bajana Player Profiles


6th Boro Hoops is a long-term oriented program with the goal of holistically developing their players. The program was founded and is directed by Nihad Musovic, a four year player at Fordham Prep ‘11, Fordham University ‘15 and two year member of the Montenegrin National Team.

Two of their 2024 teams are coached by Franklin & Marshall College assistant coach, AJ Bajana.

His 2024 6th Boro Scholars 17u roster is as follows:

Noah Whitehead (2025) 6’3 guard, Tennessee Prep Academy — 2024 Hoop Group Tournament MVP. Whitehead’s strength are his play making, finishing at the rim, athleticism, defense and his shooting. Whitehead is hearing from Ole Miss, Memphis, Troy university, Lane college. 3.6 gpa

Asher Cort (2025) 6’5 wing, Taft School (CT) - 2023-2024 NY Section 1 All League, and All Section Teams. His strengths are his athleticism, triple threat scoring and finishing at the rim. 3.9 gpa

Noah Williams (2025) 5’11 point guard, Mount St Michael Academy - Williams is a sturdy on ball guard for Mount St Michael. He has understanding of the in between game and uses it well. Rises up for shots off the dribble quickly. He also can knock down the 3’s as well. He’s a 2025 recruit that has turned a lot of heads for the fact that he’s is one of the true point guards left in the city. He hunts shots for his teammates constantly. Williams can also create for himself, he has a strong 1 dribble pull up game who can create well of the pick and roll. Williams is a creative crafty guard who can get to his spots off the dribble. 3.5 gpa

Morgan Fulton (2025) 5’9 point guard, Iona Prep - Fulton is a very exciting player to watch. His ability to get to his spots and knocking it down is what separates him from others. Being able to breakdown his defender and score is what he does best. His speed helps him create for other and himself, making it very hard to stay in front of him.  Fulton is a guard that plays with pace and poise and competes at a high level. He leads by example and also effectively communicates with his teammates on and off the court. 3.4 gpa

Seediya Jabbi (2025) 6’6 small forward, Barack Obama School for Social Justice - 2023-24 All Conference, All League, 3x back to back Rim Protector Award, Yonkers City champion. Aggressive finisher inside the paint area using both hands, able to drive strong with the left and effectively score at the basket. Known for his ability to finish strong and high over defenders. Elite level shot blocking covering the paint area and in help defense. Possesses a unique talent for timing blocks without getting fouls and being a great rim protector. Strong ability to rebound both offensively and defensively. Great at moving off the ball and setting off ball screens and on ball screens. 4.0 gpa.

Raheem Azeez (2025) 6’4 shooting guard, Barack Obama School for Social Justice - Azeez can knock down the three and can consistently finish through contact at the rim. Azeez is also a high level defender and uses his length and physicality to match up 1-4. Azeez excels   of the catch where he can catch and shoot or make a quick move to knock down a shot or finish at the rim. He is also a great leader,has a positive impact on his team and leaves it all on the floor. Hearing from Hartwick College and Western Connecticut State. 3.0 gpa


Toni Çima (2026) 6’5 guard, Ismail Qemali High (Albania) - 2024 Albanian National 16u championship, where he finished with 24 points 8 assists and 11 rebounds in that game. A guard that has foundations set from a European background, mainly focuses on creating for his teammates, organizing the floor and also has a strong pick and roll game where he can make the correct reads. He also spaces out and can knock down threes consistently. He can push the ball through transition, make the right play for his team and also rebound on both ends over other guards. 3.1 gpa


Damair Burton (2025) 6’4 point guard, Earl Monroe New Renaissance School - Burton an distribute the ball to his teammates and put them in position to score. Possess an elite level shooting ability. Is able to use pace to get to his spots and score or pass. Is an athletic finisher who finishes above the rim. Uses length well to get deflections and blocks on the defensive end. Vocal leader that impacts winning. He has heard from Also I have heard from Chestnut Hill College, Holy Cross, Binghamton, Stony Brook and Bucknell.  3.5 gpa

Ray “Tru” Bradley (2025) 6’2 shooting guard, Copiague High - Copiague High 2023-2024 MVP. Bradley’s strengths are his downhill basket attacks with either hand. his jump shooting and his ability to create plays for others. His good positional length and ability to jump has turned him into a shot blocker as well. He is also a good team leader.

Gabriel Downes (2025) 6’3 shooting guard, Storm King School - 2023-24 All NEPSAC Class C, averaging 20.5 ppg, 7 rpg and 8 apg. This Bronx native’s strengths are his ability to get downhill and get to the line. He is strong and physical while attacking and as is evident by the big assist average, he creates for others. He can also guard multiple positions.

Russell Wechsler (2025) 6’0 point guard, The Leffell School - Led Section 1 in assists and was New York All-State 3rd Team - Wechsler is quick and fast. He also brings IQ, leadership and defensive ability. 3.8 GPA 33 ACT

Bryce McCurdy (2025) 6’1 shooting guard, Mount Vernon High - McCurdy has a quick first step and is good at attacking downhill. He also can catch and shoot.

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Coach Bajana’s 2024 6th Boro MHC 16u roster is as follows:


Chandler Bligen (2026) 6’5 shooting guard, Earl Monroe New Renaissance School - 3.4 GPA - Bligen can score in a variety of ways: knocking down threes consistently, scoring in transition, grabbing boards for second-chance points, and driving to the rim with ease. Bligen plays with an intense motor, allowing him to be an active defender who can guard positions one through four using his length and size. His athleticism and size also help him finish over the top of his competition. Most importantly, he leads and communicates effectively with teammates, which has a positive impact every time he steps on the floor. 3.4 gpa

Omari Levy (2026) 6’4 guard, The Masters School - Levy is twitchy and aggressive. He’s everywhere on the court, raising the intensity of the game. Levy is a versatile player who can score from anywhere. His mid-range game is particularly strong, but he is also a threat from beyond the arc and in the paint. He is an excellent on-ball defender. He is also an excellent rebounder with a non-stop motor.

Kamryn Boyd (2026) 6’4 guard, Sacred Heart High - Boyd has good positional size with long reach. He can catch and shoot and is a high flyer who finishes through contact. He can play on and off of the ball.

Nasir Williams (2026) 5’7 point guard, Archbishop Stepinac High - Williams’ strengths are his leadership, passing, and ball handling. He makes his teammates better. He is athletic and can guard 94 feet.  3.7 gpa

Xavier Sam (2027) 6’1 point guard, St Mary’s High - Sam is very athletic and can handle the ball under pressure and facilitate the offense. He is a strong spot up and off-the-dribble shooter. He can also get downhill and finish or kick out to the open man. 3.9 gpa

Nick Triolo (2027) 5’11 guard, Greenwich Country Day School (CT) - A combo guard that has plenty of heart and toughness when on the court. He plays with a high motor on both ends of the floor and takes pride in his defense. His energy affects others and he leads by example. He can knock down open shots and shoot over a contest. He has the ability to obtain rebounds over bigger opponents and then sprint down the floor for an offensive possession. He has a penchant for dishing it out to his teammates and can also drive to the basket, where he is able to finish with strength. His IQ and decision making are also very high and he is constantly making the right plays. 3.6 gpa


Zach Derstine (2027) 6’8 Wayne Valley High (NJ)

Devin James (2026)

Ian Katten (2026)

Demarjay Smith (2026) 5’10 guard, Murry Bergtraum High

Joudan Archevald (2028) guard