PSA Cardinals Prep Showcase

Highlights and Standouts From the 2017 PSA Cardinals Prep Showcase

On Sunday ten teams participated in the second annual PSA Cardinals Prep Showcase at The Hill School in Pottstown, Pennsylvania.

Here were our standout players of the day:

2020 F Mikeal Jones (Girard College) – The 6’7 sophomore forward was fierce in being able to put his head down to make controlled drives and finishes. He showed the ability to drive it from the perimeter and make plays at the rim. He has an aggressive impact on both ends of the floor. Jones currently holds offers from Penn State and Villanova.

2019 F Marlyn Robinson (The Peddie School) – Robinson is a great athlete and gets where he wants to go. He has room to develop his creating ability but could have fantastic potential as a project.

2018 G R.J. Etyle-Rock (The Peddie School) – We were high on Etyle-Rock’s feel and function and ability to see the floor. Though listed at 6’3 he’s a bigger guard who looks more like a forward playing guard. He was smart about finding the ball and getting himself different kinds of scoring looks.

2018 G Chase Audige (The Hill School) – The William and Mary commit showed good command of the game at lead guard. His 6’5 frame gives him advantages, and he’s able to make quick decisions on the move.

2018 F Simisola Shittu (Vermont Academy) – Shittu put on the biggest individual show of the day against The Hun School. The 6’9 Vanderbilt commit had more than a few big dunks, made monstrous plays on the glass, displayed his vision when seeing traffic, and making plays off the dribble from the perimeter.

2019 G Cole Anthony (Archbishop Molloy High School) – The 6’2 guard is dynamic and crafty with a true feel for the position. His eyes are always up looking to push with the pass. He’s not just a confident shooter but a bold one. Anthony is undeclared with offers from Georgetown, Kansas, Oregon, Miami, Iona, Pittsburgh, St. John’s, UCLA and Wake Forest.

2018 C Moses Brown (Archbishop Molloy High School) – Brown is a 7-footer who can run and finish. He has mobility and gets off the ground for his finishes at the rim. Brown reportedly told ESPN he’s down to Maryland, UCLA and Florida State, and is deciding between Duke and Kentucky for a final visit. Brown does not currently hold offers from the latter.

2020 G Posh Alexander (Our Saviour Lutheran) – The 6’0 sophomore guard is an issue with his strength and speed. Alexander has an explosive bounce to his game where he doesn’t think twice about challenging you in the air. Alexander currently holds offers from Dayton, Penn State, St. John’s and Stony Brook.

2019 G Jared Rhoden (Our Saviour Lutheran) – Rhoden was truly one of the standout impact players of the day. He got off to a fast start against Westtown scoring handily in transition. He’s a strong guard at 6’4 who has the makings of a complete player. Rhoden has signed his letter of intent with Seton Hall.

2018 F Jake Forrester (Westtown) – Forrester wasn’t able to feed off of his frontcourt mate Cam Reddish on Sunday but made his presence felt with his consistent motor. He is a trusted catch-and-finisher and can change shots on the defensive end. Forrester is committed to Indiana.

2019 G Jalen Gaffney (Westtown) – Gaffney is one of our favorite guards in the class. Unphased by traffic, sneaky springy and athletic, and a great pace to his game, Gaffney has a knack for seeing things ahead of time which influences his quick decision-making. Gaffney currently holds offers from St. John’s, Temple, Wake Forest, Xavier, and Binghamton.

Other players we enjoyed:

2019 G Christian Ings (Neumann-Goretti)

2019 F Jordan Kellier (Redemption Christian Academy)

2018 G Courvoisier McCauley (Redemption Christian Academy)

2018 G Terrell Prince (Peddie)

2019 G Tyler Bertram (Vermont Academy)

2018 G Jailen Jamison (The Phelps School)

2018 G Anton Loginov (The Phelps School)

2018 G Tyler Washington (The Hun School)

2018 G Nick Alikakos (The Hill School)

2019 G Kasim Toliver (Girard College)

2020 G Aquil Stewart (Girard College)

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