Below is a review of prospects from the southeastern Pennsylvania’s Class of 2024 who we will be paying close attention to for the remainder of this month. Zuri Harris Zuri Harris 5'11" | CG Coatesville | 2024 State PA –…
Below is a review of prospects from the southeastern Pennsylvania’s Class of 2024 who we will be paying close attention to for the remainder of this month.
– 5’11” / Coatesville / PA Coalition / Combo Guard: Harris is a floor general style of primary ball handler. He uses high IQ, quickness and change of direction skills to control the tempo of a game. When he slides to the two-guard, Harris can torch the nets from behind the arc or slash to the cup for a catch and lay-in. As a bonus, he is a plus defender who picks pockets and knifes through passing lanes for steals.
Saleem Hudson – 6’2” / Dobbins CTE / BW Elite / Combo Guard: During the 2022-23 season Hudson was a key part of the basketball resurgence for the legendary Dobbins program. Now on the grassroots scene, Hudson is displaying his extraordinary individual skill set. He is proving that he can score at all 3-levels, serve as a primary ball handler and be a lockdown defender. Hudson is just scratching the surface of his potential.
– 5’10” / Neumann-Goretti / NJ Scholars Elite / Point Guard: Myers has the unique ability to dominate a game at both ends of the floor. On offense, Myers is an elusive guard who navigates his way into the paint with ease. Once there he can finish through contact or kick to an open 3-point shooter. His stop-and-pop jumper is an effective weapon as well. At the other end, Myers is a next level on-ball defender who causes frequent turnovers by harassing opponents the length of the court.
– 5’11” / Haverford School / PA Hoops Academy / Point Guard: Rayer’s reputation as a lights out 3-point shooter proceeds him. Still, the often-chaotic pace of the grassroots circuit allows Rayer to show that he can excel in transition by leading the break and distributing or by filling a lane and converting through contact. Of course, splashing a transition three is always an option for Rayer.
Philly Pride Select / Power Forward: An athletic prospect with size, instincts, and a large wingspan, Sanoh is a tremendous rebounder and shot blocker. On offense, Sanoh can finish around the rim with either hand, converts on second chance opportunities and can operate in pick-n-roll action. Sanoh’s ability to power up through extreme contact and then throw down with authority is impressive.– 6’10” / Executive Education ACS /
– 6’2” / Neshaminy / Mt. Pleasant Bulldogs / Combo Guard: This scoring guard kills opponents in a multitude of ways. With his speed, instincts and finishing skills, Townsend is an effective transition player. In the half court, Townsend can play bully ball, hit mid-range jumpers, score off the dribble and drain spot up triples. If needed Townsend can also work as a primary ball handler.
Other 2024’s to Watch in May:
Philly Pride UAA / Shooting Guard– 6’6” / Central York /
– 6’2” / Archbishop Ryan / Philly Revolution / Shooting Guard
William Littles, Jr. – 6’1” / Shipley School / PSB Philly / Combo Guard
Derrick White – 6’6” / Constitution / Mt. Pleasant Bulldogs / Wing