PSA Prep Showcase: Top Standouts
Jabri Abdur-Rahim / Blair Academy – class of 2020
Martin: My first time seeing Jabri was an experience. His 6’6 frame is noticeable on the floor and he has a gracefulness to his game. The ball handling and shot creation skills at his size make him worthy of his highly touted status.
Caleb Dorsey / The Hill School – class of 2020
Dorsey might have been the most dominant player of the day. He did everything for Hill from scoring at all three levels, confidently, to rebounding and defending. Dorsey could have a special ceiling.
James Bouknight (UConn commit) / Macduffie – class of 2019
Bouknight put his explosiveness on display in front of his future coach Dan Hurley. His athleticism translates nicely from finishing at the rim to his pull-up jump shooting and ability to get into the lane, and often looked like the most dangerous player on the floor on both ends.
— Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) December 9, 2018
Ismael Massoud (Wake Forest commit) / Macduffie – class of 2019
The 6’8 forward made a ton of huge shots from three for Macduffie on Sunday and showed why he’s a coveted stretch threat for the next level at Wake Forest.
Noah Collier / Westtown – class of 2020
Collier did the most damage to the rim of anyone on the day. The active forward for Westtown showed plenty of his upside finishing off plays on the baseline and running the floor.
Austin Galuppo / Scotland Campus – class of 2019
Galuppo lit the gym up with 31 points and a lot of threes. His trigger is true and he wasn’t shy about getting himself to the basket either.
Henry Makeny / Blair Academy – class of 2019
Jaylen Blakes / Blair Academy – class of 2020
Jalen Gaffney (UConn commit) / Westtown – class of 2019
Ayinde Hikim / Mount Zion Prep – class of 2019
Seyon Kpaan / Westtown – class of 2020
Caleb Matthew (NJIT commit) / Mt. Zion Prep – class of 2019