Posted On: 02/9/21 10:11 AM

This past Saturday afternoon, I had the pleasure of being in the gym to see Charlestown battle their way to a 77-59 win over a tough, talented Snowden squad.  In the second edition of my series of articles on the top players in the BCL, I focus on four versatile wing players who showed out in that game: 

Devin Parham | Charlestown | 6’2” | Guard | 2021

Parham is a big-time shooter that any coach would love to have spacing the floor for them. His jumper has a quick release, high arc, and soft touch. Off the catch, his range extends beyond the three-point line, he can also shoot off the dribble, and hit step-back threes. Despite getting off to a slow start in their win over Snowden, he never lost confidence, kept letting it fly, and ended up knocking down four triples on his way to a team-high 16 points and 10 rebounds. He can also make plays off the bounce and hit a floater. With his size and shooting ability, I find it hard to imagine he won’t find a home at the next level. 

Steven Jean-Louis | Charlestown | 6’4” | Guard

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