Posted On: 10/9/20 9:05 PM

If there are high school basketball hotspots around the nation, Philadelphia is toward the top. It stems from a rich pro basketball and college basketball history, and Philly high school boys basketball is nothing short of class.

Excitement has been building for the 2020-21 season since March, and for good reason. In anticipation for this season, here’s a list of rising juniors to watch in the Philadelphia Public League’s National Division, one of four divisions in the city.

Andrew Fagans, PG/SG Academy at Palumbo: Fagans offers a lot of versatility as a 6’3” combo guard as not only someone who can create turnovers, but also someone who can score and block shots. He’s able to play at the block or play at the point, and as an offensive threat, he can also shoot the three with ease. Fagans combines the speed, court awareness and passing of a point guard with the shooting and height of a shooting guard, allowing him to spread the floor and take his shot or help a teammate create one of their own.

Steven Alsbrooks, SG Northeast: Alsbrooks is not your traditional shooting guard, though he has extensive range from beyond the arc. He plays like

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