The first spring live period of 2023 tipped off last weekend as grassroots teams from southeastern Pennsylvania traveled all over the country to play in front of college coaches. SEPA’s talented Class of 2024 will have their skill sets on…
The first spring live period of 2023 tipped off last weekend as grassroots teams from southeastern Pennsylvania traveled all over the country to play in front of college coaches.
SEPA’s talented Class of 2024 will have their skill sets on full display again this weekend during the second week of this live period. So, today we wanted review several “bigs” in the 2024 graduation year who are sure to impress college coaches immediately.
Team Final EYBL / Power Forward: This winter Addesa was a reserve for the Perkiomen School team that won the PAISAA title. Thus, he did not get much of a chance to display his skill set. He should get plenty of run this spring with TF EYBL, so we are expecting a breakout circuit for him. Adessa can shoot elbow jumpers, compete on the offensive glass, and convert at the rim with either hand. He possesses a high IQ and is an underrated passer.– 6’10” / Perkiomen School /
– 6’9″ / St. Joseph’s Prep / NJ Scholars Elite / Center: In 2022-23 Guillouette (10 ppg.; 9 rpg.; 3 bpg; 54% FGAs) continued to prove he is one of the most polished big men in the region. His interior instincts and footwork are next level. When Guillouette receives the ball in the paint, he will score over defenders with soft bunnies or power his way to the rack. His baseline spin move is nasty too. This 2nd team all PCL selection holds an offers from Seton Hall, St. Joe’s, Albany, Drexel, and Hofstra.
K-Low Elite / Power Forward: Ketner is throw-back big man who typically scores with his back to the basket or by facing up. But do not think for a second think that Ketner is a plodding big. He is a smooth and athletic forward, so he will get out in transition. Ketner is also an elite distributor. His ability to recognize double teams, then quickly and precisely pass the ball to an open teammate is an asset college coaches will love. This season Ketner averaged 13 points to go along with 5 rebounds per game and was an Honorable Mention All-Delaware County selection. He holds offers from Drexel, Albany, and Robert Morris.– 6’7” / Bonner & Prendergast /
– 6’7″ / Friends Central / WeR1 UAA / Power Forward: The growth inMoore’s skill set from his freshman season to this winter has been tremendous. With his imposing size, Moore has always been a dominant low post prospect. But the development of his 3-point shooting and his dribble drive skills has turned Moore into an extremely versatile forward. If he continues this upward track, Moore could be a solid stretch-4 player in college. As a bonus to his skills, he is a coach’s kid who possesses a high basketball IQ.
Team Final EYBL / Power Forward: After a tremendous 2022-23 season, in which he averaged 18 points, 11 rebounds and 4 block per game, Sorber (1st Team All-PCL selection) skyrocketed up our 2024 ranking to No. 10. One look at his low post game and you will know why. In addition to playing bully ball, Sorber can score via quick post ups, pick-n-roll action, dives from the elbows, baseline drives and the offensive glass. Sorber holds too many DI offers to count.– 6’8″ / Archbishop Ryan /
Other 2024 “Bigs” to Watch:
– 6’7″ / Littlestown / York Ballers / Power Forward
– 6’8″ / Westtown School / Strive For Greatness EYBL / Small Forward
Team Final Red / Power Forward– 6’9″ / Executive Education ACS /
East Coast Power / Center– 6’7″ / Episcopal Academy /