Posted On: 06/3/20 11:19 AM

Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, AAU/Grasroots Travel Basketball has been cancelled through the month of July and has significantly altered the college basketball recruiting landscape. With no physical, on-court action this summer, we are left to imagine how this travel season would have played out. In this segment, we take a look at five 2021 Western Pennsylvania prospects who were poised for breakout summers.

Angelo ReevesAngeloReeves6'7" | PFVincentian Academy | 2021StatePA6’7 F Vincentian Academy

Reeves had a highly successful junior campaign, leading his Vincentian Academy team to another class A WPIAL title. While only averaging a modest 12 points per game, Reeves excelled in a number of other areas that helped him earn PIAA first-team all-state and Post Gazette Class ’A’ Player of the Year honors. Reeves is a hyper-athletic forward with a penchant for playing well above the rim. He possesses a serious motor, crashing the glass with reckless abandon on both ends of the floor. He has shown the ability to knock 15-foot jumpers down with some consistency, which is an area that he has vastly improved over the last year. As he continues to add upper body strength and works on his overall skill-set, "Boom" Reeves will be

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