Central York (PA) Ben Natal Ben Natal 6'1" | PG Central York | 2025 State PA ‘25 Natal wasn’t fazed by the moment and had a loud 21 points, with 13 coming in the second half. He has great body…
Central York (PA)
Ben Natal Ben Natal 6'1" | PG Central York | 2025 State PA ‘25
Natal wasn’t fazed by the moment and had a loud 21 points, with 13 coming in the second half. He has great body control while on the attack and can get you a quick bucket when needed. He also showed the skill to score from the perimeter. Natal is one of the more highly touted prospects in the Central Pennsylvania region.
Greg Guidinger Greg Guidinger 6'6" | SF Central York | 2024 State PA ‘24
The swingman was a huge part of why Central York was able to come from behind the win the game. He was active inside and used his length to keep possessions alive and also come up with steals on defense. Guidinger was actively rebounding and was able to see the floor to share the ball. He had a game-high of 22 points, with 16 of those coming in the 2nd half and in the overtime period.
Ben Rill Ben Rill 6'8" | PF Central York | 2025 State PA ‘25
Rill contributors were felt down low with his ability to rebound and finish inside. He finished with a double-double. Rill was able to block a shot on the defensive end and was successful when he went to the foul line. Out of Rill’s 14 total points, 8 came in the first half.
York High (PA)
Juelz Tucker ‘24
Tucker is an electric quick guard who plays with immense deal physicality when he steps onto the floor. He has a nose for coming up with steals and turning them into offensive chances. He is a threat to show off his athleticism around the rim. Tucker led York in scoring with 19 points.
Daveyon Lydner Daveyon Lydner 6'1" | PG William Penn | 2025 State PA ‘25
Lydner is a lead guard with positional size which allows him to navigate the floor with ease. He has a nice vision of the floor and showed he could find his open teammates with ease in the half-court. Lydner added 17 points and found the cup in a variety of ways. He tracks to be a division one prospect.
Omarion Newson ‘23
Newson is an athletic post who showed he could be a threat from the dunker spot. He plays very explosively when he is around the paint. He has a nose for coming up with rebounds and alters shots due to his length. Newson has shown growth with his game on the offensive end of the floor. He should be a nice addition to a college program that is looking for an active post-player.
Others Deserving Attention
Saxton Suchanic Central York (PA) ‘25
David Warde David Warde PG William Penn | 2025 State PA York (PA) ‘25