Updated 2026 Rankings: SEPA ’26s We’d Offer Right Now
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On Wednesday we published our updated Class of 2026 prospect rankings. By now you know the prospects at the top of our 2026 rankings — Jordan Dill Jordan Dill 5'11" | CG Germantown Friends | 2026 State PA , Kingston…
On Wednesday we published our updated Class of 2026 prospect rankings. By now you know the prospects at the top of our 2026 rankings — , , and .
Now we want to dig deeper into the Pennsylvania’s Class of 2026 rankings and uncover five prospects from southeastern Pennsylvania who we would offer a college scholarship right now.
College coaches need to stop sleeping on the players below and contact them immediately.
No. 8… Team Final Red / Power Forward: Adams is a skilled big who continues to add size to his frame. He possesses great hands that enable him to catch drop passes and then finish through contact. Adams also owns a smooth jump shot that is automatic from the baseline out to 16 feet. In a recent scrimmage against Harcum (JUCO) his size, wingspan, and instincts, enabled Adams to dominate the glass and provide impressive rim protection.– 6’10” / Phelps School /
No. 14…– 6’3″ / Plymouth Whitemarsh / Penn Warriors / Shooting Guard: In our latest rankings update, Sajid was one of the biggest 2026 stock risers. His ascension came in large part because of his automatic long-distance shooting. Sajid owns logo range, a quick trigger, and moves well without the ball. That trifecta makes him extremely difficult to guard around the arc. The development of his off the dribble scoring skills has made Sajid an extremely well-rounded prospect. That area of improvement was also a factor in his climb up the 2026 rankings. As a nice bonus, Sajid is athletic and fast so he can score in the open court too.
No. 32…– 6’7″ / West Philly / We R1 UAA / Small Forward: This long, lefty point forward is still a tad raw offensively, but we are buying stock in Butts early. The combination of his “big guard” size and his speed enables Butts to go the length of the court in a flash for a transition bucket. In the half-court, Butts can drain threes or slash to the cup. His tremendous court vision, swift decision making, and creative passing skills make Butts an extraordinary distributor. On defense, Butts can guard multiple spots and is an underrated shot blocker.
No. 57…– 6’5″ / Phelps School / UPlay Canada / Small Forward: Bakare already holds an offer from University of Washington, but this versatile athlete is still a relative unknown. Last season at King George Secondary School in Vancouver, Bakare averaged 30 points, 14 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 blocks per contest. In short, Bakare is a high IQ playmaker who can score or distribute from multiple positions. He is a plus player on the defensive end as well. Earlier this month Bakare was named as an outstanding performer at the Made Hoops East HSA event.
No. 85… Team Final Red / Small Forward: Drysdale is a tremendous glue guy whose presence is a plus at both ends of the court. On offense, Drysdale produces most of his points in the mid-range and at the rim. But if Drysdale is left open, he will knock-down a spot up three. In 2022-23 he averaged 8 ppg. and registered a season high of 18 points. He is an excellent team defender and can dominate the defensive glass. Drysdale plays with a noticeable swagger and physicality to his game.– 6’5″ / Bethlehem Catholic /