Crossroads Showcase: 5 SEPA Prospects We’d Offer Now
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Below is a review of five prospects from southeastern Pennsylvania who impressed us enough at the Rome Runs Crossroads Showcase that if we were a college coach, they would receive an offer right now. Su-Meer Alleyne Su-Meer Alleyne 6'4" |…
Below is a review of five prospects from southeastern Pennsylvania who impressed us enough at the Rome Runs Crossroads Showcase that if we were a college coach, they would receive an offer right now.
East Coast Power / Combo Guard: This fall Alleyne (5.5 ppg. and 4 rpg. in 2022-23) has quickly found his stride with his new team. He was a standout performer at the Big 64 Showcase and was impressive again on Saturday. Alleyne is running as a combo guard for FCS and as a result his well-rounded skill set is being showcased. Alleyne can score at all three levels, handle the rock, facilitate for teammates, and rebound.– 6’3” / 2025 / Friends Central /
Team Final Red / Combo Guard: Feamster (7.5 ppg. for SCHA last season) holds an offer from offer from East Tennessee State, but this fast, elusive, and versatile guard should have at least a dozen offers by now. Feamster is a tenacious competitor who is impressive as a pass first primary ball handler. Or he can slide to the shooting guard spot where he can splash threes or score off the bounce. Feamster’s wingspan and quickness make him a plus defender and rebounder.– 6’3″ / 2027 / Friends Central /
K-Low Elite / Combo Guard: Campbell’s tremendous 2022-23 season (13.2 ppg.; 1st Team All-PAC; 1st All-Area; D1-6A runner ups) should have garnered him multiple offers, but so far East Stroudsburg (D2) is the only program to step up. College coaches need to wake up because this multi-skilled guard can do it all. Campbell can score in transition or in the half-court. He is an unselfish player who always makes the extra pass. Plus, he rebounds and defends. On Saturday, Campbell also proved that he is clutch by hitting a game winning 3-pointer at the buzzer.– 6’1″ / 2024 / Spring Ford /
East Coast Power / Shooting Guard: Simply stated, McCarthy (16.9 ppg. in 2022-23) is a playmaker at both ends of the court. On offense his feathery jump shot, and ball handling skills make McCarthy a threat to pop threes or score off dribble drives. He owns a high IQ and solid court vision so he can dish the rock as well. On defense, his endless motor and firm understanding of team defensive concepts make McCarthy a major impact player.– 6’2″ / 2025 / Episcopal Academy /
– 6’2” / 2024 / Wissahickon / PA Royals / Shooting Guard: This solidly built shooting guard plays a high energy and physical style of basketball that is rare among backcourt prospects. Vacchiano excels at grabbing rebounds, vacuuming up loose balls and playing hard-nosed defense. So, he does all the trivial things college coaches love. As a bonus, he is a tremendous offensive talent. Vacchiano can splash triples and get into the paint off the dribble for floaters or lay-ins. He can run the floor for transition buckets and score via the offensive glass. In short, Vacchiano is the guy you hate to play against, but love having on your team.