2023-24 Suburban One: What’s My Name?
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The Suburban One League is primed for an entertaining and competitive 2023-24 season featuring high-level play from star players. By now you are familiar with the SOL ballers we are talking about. Names like Jaden Colzie Jaden Colzie 6'0" |…
The Suburban One League is primed for an entertaining and competitive 2023-24 season featuring high-level play from star players. By now you are familiar with the SOL ballers we are talking about. Names like, , , , and .
Running the court with those No. 1 options will be a group of prospects who are not household names yet, but they will contribute for their varsity teams this winter and potentially play at the next level.
Today we want to highlight six of these SOL athletes so this winter when someone asks you, “What’s His Name?” you will know the answer.
Colson Campbell – 6’0″ / 2025 / Upper Moreland / Philly Revolution / Shooting Guard: How this efficient scoring guard is still uncommitted remains a mystery to us because Campbell (2nd Team All-League is 2022-23) has been a major contributor at UM since his freshman year. Campbell is an elite perimeter shooter and can splash threes of every variety. When he gets chased off the arc, Campbell will hit pull ups and get to the rack. Campbell is sneaky athletic, so he is an open court threat as well.
Brady Fogle – 6’4” / 2024 / Upper Dublin / Next Play / Wing: Upper Dublin’s 3-point ace (36% on triples last season) is poised for a monster senior season. Fogle is especially adept at draining trail threes. Excellent footwork, solid handles and a deep bag of fakes enable Fogle (10 ppg. and 4.7 rpg. in 2022-23) to shoot on the move with ease. His mid-range skill set is impressive too. With his length and nose for the ball, Fogle is force on the boards at both ends.
East Coast Power / Small Forward: Moffit is a 260-pound football player with the speed, agility, and basketball IQ to be a significant contributor for Bensalem hoops. He is an accurate 3-point shooter and can score on the interior through quick post ups and the offensive glass. Moffitt can also play bully ball to get to his spots. On defense he rebounds well, and opponents should not underestimate Moffit’s ability to block shots or steal an ill-advised pass.– 6’2″ / 2025 / Bensalem /
– 6’10” / 2024 / Upper Moreland / Penn Warriors / Power Forward: Murphy is an intriguing big man prospect who could develop into a stretch-4 at the next level. Murphy can score on post ups and via the offensive glass. He can hit spot up threes or triples out of pick-n-pop action. He also runs the floor well, so he is a viable option on the secondary break. It should not come as a shock that with his height, and enormous wingspan, that Murphy is a shot blocking machine.
Philly Pride Bucks / Combo Guard: Raivitch is a fast and multiskilled backcourt prospect. He can produce points with his high percentage 3-point shooting or off the dribble in the mid-range and at the rim. As a primary ball handler, Raivitch can push the fast break, direct half-court sets and deliver precise dimes. At the other end, Raivitch is a plus defender with a habit of slicing through passing lanes for a steal.– 6’0” / 2025 / Neshaminy /
– 6’3″ / 2026 / Plymouth Whitemarsh / Penn Warriors / Shooting Guard: Sajid’s outstanding play between June and September sent him skyrocketing up our latest 2026 rankings. Still, some college coaches may not be aware of this long-distance sniper. Sajid will impress everyone with his logo range, quick trigger, and continuous of ball movement. His improved off the dribble scoring skills make him extremely difficult to defend. Plus, Sajid is athletic and fast so he can score in the open court. After this 2023-24 season we expect the college offers will come pouring in for him.