The CBG Fall Series returned this past Sunday, October 3 at U-Turn in Richmond and the atmosphere and competition level was fantastic. With 18 teams on three courts including 12 high school teams, 3 post grad teams and 3 showcase…
The CBG Fall Series returned this past Sunday, October 3 at U-Turn in Richmond and the atmosphere and competition level was fantastic. With 18 teams on three courts including 12 high school teams, 3 post grad teams and 3 showcase teams, there was plenty of talent across the board and tons of coaches tuned in and in person there to recruit the talent.
Here’s a look at some of the standouts in the post grad division at session one. There will be two more sessions as well on October 10 and October 24 at U-Turn.
If you’re interested in watching the replays, you can see the entire event on the CBG Live Network.
Jacob Cooper Jacob Cooper 5'9" | PG Green Run | 2021 State VA | 5’8” PG | Combine Post Grad
Cooper has been a star at CBG events in the past including being named the MVP of the Unsigned Senior Event last year, and he followed that up with a great performance at the Fall Series. The thought that he’s too small to be a division one point guard needs to be put to rest as he continuously outperforms other guards, he can control the game and he’s a smooth scorer from all over the floor and an absolute winner in every sense of the word.
Jayden Brewer | 6’6” WF | Combine Post Grad
When it came to players in the post grad division, there didn’t look to be any prospect that has the same ceiling as Brewer who holds double digit division one offers already. The 6’6” wing is a long and explosive athlete that can play well above the rim, he’s smooth off the bounce and plays well through traffic and he has tons of potential to be a two way impact player at the next level.
Jayson Harris Jayson Harris 6'6" | PF Menchville | 2021 State VA | 6’8” PF | Combine Post Grad
Harris returned to the CBG after playing in the Fall Series and Unsigned Senior Event last year and picking up multiple division two offers, and he looks like he’s been improving and growing since then as well. He stands a legit 6’8” with a strong build, he’s a work-horse in the paint as he rebounded and played with a great motor on both ends of the floor and he finished in the paint consistently and showed touch out to the three-point line too.
Sincere Moore | 6’4” WF | TPLS Post Grad
Moore had a terrific summer playing with Rock It Sports and showed he’s an elite level scorer, and now that he’s in the 2022 class I would strongly suggest that coaches go and take a look at the 6’4” wing. He’s a smooth operator who can play on or off the basketball, he can score it from multiple level off the catch and off the bounce and he’s a good athlete that can finish at and above the rim as well.
Tyrell Harris Tyrell Harris 6'6" | PF Potomac | 2021 State VA | 6’6” PF | VA Post Grad Academy
Harris is another versatile forward who had a great high school career and should have scholarship level schools heading to NOVA to check him out on the new VA Post Grad program. The 6’6” forward is a versatile inside-out threat that can score it in the paint on smaller forwards, he can go out on the perimeter and make plays off the bounce and he can guard multiple positions on the defensive end.