Posted On: 07/24/19 4:09 PM

Two of the top three scorers at Olympic Heights were seniors this past season.

That means there will be endless opportunities for younger players to emerge and 2022 5'11" guard Caleb Mackrey is next in line.

He got his feet wet on varsity, suiting up in 15 games while averaging 2.2 PPG. He started to play a bit more by mid-January with performances with 7, 8 and 9 points. Mackrey learned and teamed up with his brother, 2019 grad Aramis Mackrey, fellow 2019 grad and scoring leader Austin Geller and recently transferred 2021 6'3" guard Micah Octave (Grandview Prep).

"This past season was a good learning experience as a freshman on varsity," Mackrey told Prep Hoops. "I saw the most growth in being consistent on scoring at all three levels and playing on-ball defense."

No offers have come yet for the sophomore, but Mackrey says FAU has shown interest him so far.

Since the 3rd grade, he has been part of the Wellington Wolves AAU program. He says he's learned that playing together wins more games than simple 1-on-1 ball.

Mackrey pointed to his scoring ability and full-court defense as his top strengths right now. He says he's aiming

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