Eleve11Hoops held ’The Preview’ at Nazareth High School in Brooklyn over the weekend. I was able to catch the tail end of the event which was loaded with talented prospects. I highlighted five prospects who stood out during the Sunday…
Eleve11Hoops held ’The Preview’ at Nazareth High School in Brooklyn over the weekend. I was able to catch the tail end of the event which was loaded with talented prospects. I highlighted five prospects who stood out during the Sunday afternoon session.
’22, 6’5″ G, Iona Prep – He continues to show why he should be considered one of the best prospects in New York State. RJ was aggressive on the wing as a scorer and playmaker. On the perimeter, he searches for scoring opportunities off the catch and bounce. He’s a strong wing who is capable of knocking the three and finishing around the rim.
’22 Chance Morrish, 6’2″ G, St. Francis Prep – Chance has completely changed his body and elevated his game so far this preseason. He continues to shoot the ball well from the catch and looks aggressive on the offensive end. The southpaw has been consistently finishing around the rim and showed the ability to move well off the ball. Todd Rochelle graduated leaving a huge void and Chance has taken on the challenge of filling it.
’23, 5’10″ G, LuHi – Jayden started off slow but picked it up in the second half. He was able to push the tempo and attack the defense in transition. He handles the ball equally with both hands especially finishing off of dribble penetration. Defenses have to respect his speed/quickness and which allows him to create the necessary space to get off his jumper.
’23 Aaron Goldstein, 6’0″ PG, Xaverian – Goldstein executes in many facets which can’t be charted. He has a tight handle and protects the ball. Even when the game ramped up he managed to stay poised. He shot the ball well from both the catch and off the dribble. Goldstein’s ability to generate offense for himself and others was impressive.
’25 Tristan Davis, 5’9″ G, Thomas Jefferson – Tristan is electric when he has the ball in his hands. He’s quick, fast, but under control. Tristan uses his quick first step to get downhill to his floater/runner. He consistently shows good touch around the paint. He’s a blur in the open court and hasn’t really figured out how to control temp while getting others involved yet. Jefferson has another special guard.
’22 , 6’0″ PG, South Shore
’22 , 6’2″ G, LuHi
’22 Zaquan Jones, 6’5″ W, Brooklyn Collegiate
’23 , 5’10″ G, Iona Prep
’23 , 6’5″ W, South Shore
’23 Don Colon, 6’6″ F, Xaverian
’23 Jahcure Lawrence, 6’6″ F, Jefferson
’23 , 6’2″ G, St. Francis Prep