Posted On: 05/26/20 6:51 AM

In this third installment of Manhattan's Super Sixty-Four, we continue to take a look at the top players in Manhattan in an effort to increase basketball exposure for Manhattan players. The players in this third installment aren't at the top quite yet, but many are young with rare, valuable raw skills which, with time, can be used to transform them into a better player.

#48. Bayame Bah | Junior | Freshman Douglass Academy (Varsity)

In a league and a division where Bah is playing against literal giants, Bah has been able to hold his own on the court, and especially the paint. Bah is able to create space between the hoop and a player on defense, which he uses to grab the rebound. He does this on offense, leading him to create many second chance opportunities for his team.

#47. Kalen Grant | Sophomore | HS Fashion Industry (Varsity)

In only his sophomore season, Kalen Grant has become as the de facto scorer on the HS Fashion Industry team. Grant was able to take the ball and blow by defenders who were waiting for him on the defense, creating lanes for his whole team. Grant also has a reliable mid-range

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