The NY Top 100 hosted by Elev11Hoops highlighted some of the best wings and guards on the East Coast last Saturday. Take a moment to view standout bigs and forwards here. JD Tsasa JD Tsasa 6'6" | PF Taylor Made…
The NY Top 100 hosted by Elev11Hoops highlighted some of the best wings and guards on the East Coast last Saturday. Take a moment to view standout bigs and forwards here.
| 6’8″ | W | 2022 | Carolina Basketball Academy (pictured)
Tsasa is a skilled long athletic guard with a variety of skills. There wasn’t anything he couldn’t do on the basketball court. The three-level scorer was able to get to his spots off the dribble and move effectively off the ball. His ability to patiently set up defenders helped create open opportunities to get clean looks at the basket.
John’s was explosive from start to finish. The big physical guard consistently finished above the rim and connected on multiple shots. He was aggressive on the break, especially as a straight-line drive. The lane seemed to always open up for the All-Star Game co-MVP and took advantage each time.
| 6’4″ | G | 2023 | St. John the Baptist
Ryan is starting to find his rhythm early on the floor. Each time I see him I’m impressed with his ongoing improvement. The athletic guard comes from a good pedigree and the explosion/strength combination is starting to develop. He managed to get into the paint and finish at the rim throughout the All-Star game.
| 6’4″ | G | 2024 | Cardinal Hayes
Elijah continues to make a name for himself locally and soon nationally. He’s been aggressive all summer and seems to be carrying the momentum into the season. Everyone knows about his ability to consistently make shots but I noticed the confidence he’s developing as a creator off the bounce.
Anthony Betrucci ’22 Carolina Basketball Academy
’23 Mount St Michael
Nasir Thompson ’24 Scanlan
’22 Mount St. Michael
’22 Cardinal Hayes