Two documentary projects from Basketball Society, “So Be It: The Rise of Jadin” and “Piggeé”, have been moved to 2023. The original release dates were set for 2022 as announced last year.
Executive producer Martin Soaries decided to move the release dates into next year for more time to produce the stories.
“So Be It” features Jadin Collins, a senior guard at Rutgers Preparatory School in Somerset, New Jersey. Jadin spent his first two years of high school at Roselle Catholic and then transferred to Rutgers Prep before his junior season. Jadin was named First-Team All-Conference and Third-Team All-State. He led Rutgers Prep to a 26-4 record and their first state sectional championship in school history. This past summer, Collins committed to play at Marist College on a full scholarship.
“Piggeé” features Cameron Piggeé, also a senior guard at Rutgers Prep. Cam broke out as one of the premier shooters in the state in his junior season. He led Rutgers Prep in threes and was named First-Team All-Raritan Division. He scored over 400 points, more than what he scored in his freshman and sophomore seasons combined and doubled. Cam currently holds college offers from Lafayette and NJIT.
Official trailers for both documentary projects should be expected towards the end of the year followed by release date announcements early next year.