Posted On: 04/11/18 5:56 PM
Marsei Caston proved to be one of the most consistent performers at the annual E1T1 Invitational last weekend in Orlando.
The 2019 Potter’s House Christian guard displayed patience, strength, knockdown shooting ability and playmaking ability for E1T1 17U as his team won the tournament.
A 6’3″ guard originally from Windsor, Ontario, Caston spent his first season at Potter’s House this year after playing at Calusa Prep.
He reminisced about his junior campaign.
“It was a solid year for me in terms of my performance,” Caston told Prep Hoops Florida. “We played against great competition but we were short of our goal of states. I learned how to adjust my game against certain defenses.”
Caston holds one offer currently from James Madison.
He has a good amount of interest which includes Butler, Kansas State, Binghamton, San Diego State, UNLV, TCU, UCF and Memphis.
Caston joined E1T1 in March and he says it has been great playing with them so far.
“We are like a family and my game has grown on the circuit because I can really tell my weaknesses and work on them,” he said.
Caston pointed to his ability to get to the rim whether he’s finishing or penetrating as his biggest strengths. He wants to continue to work on his communication so he can be ready for the next level.
Working on his all-around game, Caston is an emerging talent who can hurt you at different areas on the court. His tenacity and athletic ability stand out time and time again in games and that will help him land many more offers.
2019 Potter’s House Christian G Marsei Caston has been the best all-around player I’ve seen today at the E1T1 Invitational. Smart instincts, attacking and decision making. @ballersink3 @reale1t1 @PHCA_Basketball pic.twitter.com/twoo3RVLie
— ᴊᴀᴋᴇ ᴘᴇʀᴘᴇʀ (@JakePerper) April 7, 2018