Posted On: 07/22/21 8:03 AM

Day Two moved away from showcase games and into bracket play, play intensified as teams either fought to stay in the winner’s bracket or came out with a chip on their shoulder to prove their worth after a Day 1 loss. Most of my standouts spent a lot of time in the paint- dominant bigs protecting/attacking the rim or guards who thrived in getting to the key to create offense for their team. 

’22 6’9 forward Cesar Tchilombo Cesar Tchilombo 6'9" | C John Carroll | 2022 State MD (Global Elite/John Carroll) shined brightly in a big matchup with top-30 ’23 center Isaiah Miranda and Rhode Island elite. The agile big was a dynamo on the glass, working hard to beat out his opponents for rebounds and punishing the rim with several dunks off the bounce or via alley oops from teammates. His energy and intensity was effusive and rubbed off on the rest of his team in the big win. Tchilombo currently holds offers from Siena, Mt. St Mary’s and Howard but is hearing from several high major programs. 

’23 6’11 C Aidan Kehoe (NJ Panthers/Canterbury School) was impressive in the low post, showcasing smooth footwork and an ability to finish over either shoulder. His athleticism

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