The Imhotep Charter big man stole the show this weekend at Philly Live. Taylor held some big offers going into the event but added a great deal after and deservingly so. Taylor showed off how skilled he is and his motor from start to finish. He added offers from Dayton, Pittsburgh, Penn State, Florida and Georgia after the event.
Noah Harris may have been the breakout prospect from Philly Live this past weekend. Harris did everything you want in a point guard for Rutgers Prep (NJ). He scored the ball at a high level as he was a consistent shot maker and also did a great job creating for others. Harris added a lot of offers and I don’t see that slowing down anytime soon.
Neumann-Goretti’s Cameron Young has had an impressive spring and summer and he continued his high-level play at Philly Live. Young was a matchup nightmare with how he shot the ball and attacked the basket. Young played complemented Jordan Hall well off the ball and see more attention coming on the recruiting front.
Jalen Duren, ESPN’s number two ranked player in the class of 2022, didn’t disappoint. Duren was a beast on the boards and was the best finisher I saw throughout both events I attended last weekend. A prospect with the combination of athleticism and mobility that Duren has is hard to come by. Roman Catholic (PA) has a one of a kind prospect in Duren.
Quadry Adams was dialed in from start to finish at Philly Live. The class of 2020 wing from Bishop Ahr was knocking down shots and getting to the basket at will. He played with great energy and it definitely spread throughout his team. His reputation is beginning to take off in the northeast especially with his play on this big of a stage.
-Jordan Hall | Neumann-Goretti (2020)
-Lance Ware | Camden (2020)
-Matt Zona | Bergen Catholic (2020)
-Allen Strothers | Menchville (2021)
-Jerome Brewer | Camden (2021)
-Trey Patterson | Rutgers Prep (2021)
-Otega Oweh | Rutgers Prep (2022)
-Will Richardson | Bergen Catholic (2022)
-Dean Newsome | Archbishop Carroll (2023)
-Matthew and Ryan Brewley | Northeast (2023)
Scotty Washington, a class of 2021 guard from St. John Bosco (CA)/California Stars, has picked up an offer from Hofstra.