Paul McNeil – State – Pos 6'6" | CG | 2024 Prolific Prep (CA) | Garner Road 3SSB He got off to an outstanding start in their matchup with Pinecrest and helped his team get out to a large lead…
He got off to an outstanding start in their matchup with Pinecrest and helped his team get out to a large lead early which they kept throughout the night. His scoring and rebounding ability were on full display as he scored 31 Points and pulled down 12 rebounds to lead his team to a win and the first-place spot in their conference.
Although his team struggled to get things going on the offensive side of the ball, he was one of the bright spots, contributing double figure scoring for the Patriots. He can knock down the outside shot but is strong enough to mix it up inside the paint to battle for rebounds.
Continues to have a productive season for his squad and his play led to another scholarship offer from Pitt CC. In their latest matchup with Fairmont HS, he finished with a double/double, scoring 13 Points while pulling down 13 rebounds.
He continues to make his case as one of the top unsigned seniors on the east side of the state as he has led his team to a very impressive record with their latest win coming against West Brunswick. He scored 24 Points and pulled down 10 Rebounds, once again showcasing his ability to make a nice number of plays in a variety of ways.
His 25 Point,9 Rebound performance in their blowout win on Tuesday night was impressive not because of their opponent but because some of the entire skillset that he possesses and what he can potentially be. He knocked down perimeter shots which is one of the question marks about his game and also showed some of his ballhandling ability.
Seems to be embracing his role as the #2 scoring option for the Raiders and he will be a player that they look to for production in the state playoffs when they look to make a run at a championship. He has good size, can score at a nice rate but also has shown the ability to facilitate and is able to defend multiple positions.
His performance against Lee County was one of his best games of the season and his play was a huge part of why they were able to get the win. He provided some much-needed scoring throughout the day and was locked in on the defensive end of the floor, constantly applying pressure which would lead to some forced turnovers and rushed possesions.