Posted On: 02/8/21 5:57 PM

     Nisine PoplarNisinePoplar6'4" | CGMath, Civics & Science | 2021State#161NationPA is the main returner for the Elephants, with Tayshon Nixon who was also a contributor in their 2020 championship run. Jaheim BetheaJaheimBethea6'0" | PGMath, Civics & Sciences | 2022StatePA, Trent MiddletonTrentMiddleton5'10" | PGBishop McDevitt | 2022StatePA, and Khalif CrawleyKhalifCrawley6'7" | CImhotep | 2022StatePA Jr are the newest members of the team. They haven’t had much time together as a unit, but 3 games into the season, they’re starting to mesh on the court.

 

Nisine PoplarNisinePoplar6'4" | CGMath, Civics & Science | 2021State#161NationPA 6’5 CG ‘21 K-Low Elite

Against Wilkes-Barre, Wooga showcased his improved jumpers. The Miami commit knocked down 4 of 8 threes as he racked up 22 points and 4 rebounds. His athleticism shows up in the box score with his 2.0 steals and 1.0 blocks per game averages. As he works on his micro-skills, Poplar will gain more respect, nationally. 

Jaheim BetheaJaheimBethea6'0" | PGMath, Civics & Sciences | 2022StatePA 6’2 PG ‘22 Team Final

For someone who missed his Soph season at Imhotep due to injury, Bethea controlled the pace of the game fairly well and made plays for his teammates (6 assists vs Chicester). Over the first three games, Jah demonstrated he can manipulate help-defenders with his handle

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