PG Walt Andrews Walt Andrews 6'4" | SG Notre Dame West Haven | 2023 State NLG Jr. 6’3 ‘23 Rocky Hill Country Day (RI) Andrews is able to change paces with ease and get to various spots on the floor…
Andrews is able to change paces with ease and get to various spots on the floor offensively. He gets into the lane at will and finishes in a plethora of ways around the basket. He blocked shots of bigger opponents and finds a way to stay relevant when he is on the floor. He has a nice blend of moves and knows the right time to utilize them. Andrews uses his body as a shield when maneuvering to the rim.
W/G Jordyn Davis 6’4 ‘22 Fairfield Warde (CT)
Is an elite athlete who takes advantage of the nooks and crevices defenses give him. Executed starting the break and hitting his open teammates for easy points. He made the extra pass and is a great teammate. Davis also was able to come up with offensive boards and 2nd chance points. Closes out hard on shooters to make it hard to get a clean shot off. Davis intercepts pass’s like a defensive back.
W/G Justyn Davis 6’4 ‘22 Fairfield Warde (CT)
Plays very downhill and showed he could knock down shots from behind the arc. Started the break he also made the unselfish pass to his open teammates. Davis has nice timing when going up to block shots. He lets the game come to him and doesn’t look to force things. Davis does a good job of keeping his man in front of him.
F Peter Elumogo 6’7 ‘22 Edwin O. Smith (CT)
Elumogo is a defensive-minded post who made his presence felt by altering the opponent’s shots. He has great size and length for his position. He makes it tough for opponents to get a clear shoot-off whenever he is in front of the rim. Elumogo is also able to get offensive rebounds which lead to 2nd chance baskets. He still has some rawness in his game but has some long-term upside and his best basketball is still ahead of him.
PG Jahvon Myrthil 6’1 ‘21/‘22 Holy Cross (CT)
Myrthil can initiate offense off the dribble and has a nice feel for the game. He has worked on his frame since the last time I saw him and is moving faster and a lot more agile. He also showed that he could be a threat from deep converting on a few occasions. Myrthil has a polished handle and keeps the ball on a string. He has a knack for hitting tough shots and showed he could play around the rim. His length allows him to cover both guard spots with ease.
PG 6’2 ‘22 Kolbe Cathedral (CT)
The calm guard is very patient on the offensive end and uses fakes on the offensive end to catch his opponents sleeping. He is very comfortable off of his pull-up from mid-range and if you let him take too many of them he can hurt you by making them often. Assertive on either end of the floor and has no issue being in the mix to make a hustle play. Ty’s length comes into a factor on offense it helps him create separation from defenders and on defense it allows him to congest passing lanes. He also showed his playmaking ability and has a nice sight of the floor.
W 6’6 ‘21/‘22 Bassick HS (CT)
Vastly improved since the last time I saw him and is becoming more of a wing. He slithers to the rim when going downhill, he also seeks out contact. Sullivan scores in transition well. Sullivan is active on the glass his length allows him to collect boards with ease. He can guard 2-4 and has positional versatility in his game which makes him an intriguing prospect for coaches. He was able to make quick decisions and get the ball out of his hands when pressured. Sullivan’s best basketball ahead of him and once he fills out into his frame he should see results.
G Demian Vial 6’0 ‘22 Fairfield Warde (CT)
Vial is able to create offense for himself going coast to coast. He knockdown shots when playing on or off the ball. He is very fundamentally sound and crisp with his movements. Vial Plays very smart and lets the game come to him. He jumped lanes and turned defense to offense. He plays scrappy on both ends of the floor and has a high basketball IQ.