Posted On: 02/4/21 10:55 AM

     Junior year is crucial for high school hoops. It’s when players take the momentum from 11th grade year into the Summer on the grassroots circuit, then see the fruit of their labor through recruiting. The classes of ’21 and ’22 have been dealt a bad hand due to COVID plus the NCAA transfer portal. So I want to boost them as much as possible. There are guys who made an impact as Sophomores and expect to do more in their 3rd season of high school ball.

Luke BoydLukeBoydCGArchbishop Ryan | 2022StatePA - 6’0 SG - Archbishop Ryan

Luke didn’t get many chances to score, but when he did, he made them count. Shooting 36.6% from the arc on 112 attempts, the Raiders’ two-guard spaced the floor for his team’s primary scoring options. He additionally contributes as a valuable ball-mover on offense and a pesky defender. 

Sam Brown IVSamBrown IV6'3" | SFLa Salle | 2022StatePA - 6’3 SG - La Salle/K-Low Elite

A multi-sport athlete, Sam is a physical, two-way guard. He emerged as a crucial piece off-the-bench after coming off of injury. His best contributions are on offense, where he uses his explosiveness to create scoring opportunities for himself.

Khalil FarmerKhalilFarmerPGRoman Catholic | 2022StatePA

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