Posted On: 01/25/21 11:35 PM

The 2020-21 Pennsylvania high school boys basketball season has begun and across the Keystone State, the competition is heating up quite rapidly.

Players are heating up too as there have been some stellar individual performances that have been put on display.

Prep Hoops is here to cover all of the madness of this season, including this article which highlights some early season performances from players in the Bicentennial Conference, beginning in the Constitution Division.

Jake Hilton: Junior, SG/PF Jenkintown

Hilton has impressed in his first three games at Jenkintown, averaging 16.3 PPG and shooting at a 58 percent clip thus far. While a small sample size, after shooting 3-for-10 in Jenkintown’s season opener, he rebounded in his last two, going 16-for-23 from the field and 8-for-12 from beyond the arc. Hilton is also averaging around 8.0 RPG with 23 total boards in his first three games. Watch out for him to continue to impress in the new year.

Trevor TiptonTrevorTipton6'5" | PFPhil-Mont Christian | 2021StatePA: Senior, G Philadelphia Montgomery Christian Academy

Tipton has one of the highest scoring averages in the division, including the highest scoring average for any player who has played in three games or more, 18.7 PPG thus far. His

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