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Andrew Phillips 6’4 Combo Forward 2023 (Malvern Prep): Phillips has the ability to space the floor from deep, making three-pointers at a solid rate when spotting up. He is skilled in the post, having a nice drop-step or turnaround jumper when posting up. Creates high percentage layup opportunities for himself when rolling hard off ball screens or making sharp cuts to the basket. Phillips also shows flashes of being able to attack closeouts for pull-up jumpers in the mid-range. He uses his strong frame to get good position on opponents when boxing out on the defensive glass to get crucial rebounds.
Ryan Williams 6’2 Combo Guard 2024 (Malvern Prep): Williams is a reliable floor spacer from beyond the arc. He makes treys pulling up, coming off screens, or on standstill attempts. Gets into the lane effectively with his good burst and quick crossover move. Williams has a smooth pull-up and floater in the mid-range, along with having soft touch high off the glass to finish productively around the basket. He can make others better with his passing as well to go with his three-level scoring. Williams finds teammates for open treys from push-ahead passes on the break or drive and kicks in the halfcourt. Defensively, he uses his long arms and good anticipation to create steals at a solid rate. Also is constantly around the ball on the defensive glass, rebounding well for his position.
Cam Burns 6’0 Combo Guard 2024 (SCH Academy): Burns is an impressive three-point shooter, with good form and a quick release. He makes treys proficiently off the catch or on the move. Gets into the paint well with his crafty handle. When opponents collapse on him in the lane when penetrating, Burns has a consistent pull-up and floater in his mid-range arsenal. He also makes good decisions in the paint as a passer, kicking the ball out to teammates for threes when they are open. Defensively, Burns makes quick rotations jumping into passing lanes when an opponent telegraphs his pass, collecting steals at a good rate.
Keith Gee 5’11 Point Guard 2023 (Penn Charter): Gee is a pest on the defensive end. He has very good lateral quickness, allowing him to play tight on ball defense against opposing point guards. Is also active with his hands, taking the ball away from opponents when they are weak with their handle. Offensively, Gee is difficult to stay in front of with his good burst. He is a solid playmaker, hitting teammates on drive and kicks for open three-pointers or precise passes for cutting layups. While Gee prefers to get others involved first, he is a threat to score the ball as well. He can make open standstill treys when the ball is swung to him on the perimeter, in addition to having a nice tear-drop in the lane. Also does a good job using his quickness on the break to create high percentage layup opportunities for himself.
Bryce Rollerson 5’10 Combo Guard 2025 (Germantown Academy): Rollerson does a good job playing within the flow of his team’s offense, rarely shooting bad shots. He has a smooth stroke with his pull-up from deep and in the mid-range. Gets into the lane effectively with a quick crossover move. Rollerson has a nice finishing package around the rim with his soft touch off the glass and comfort using either hand. He also makes good decisions as a passer in transition, finding teammates spotting up for open treys. Defensively, Rollerson moves his feet well laterally, limiting opponents from getting past him for straight line drives. A freshman, Rollerson shows a solid understanding of where to be on his rotations.
Kevin McCarthy 6’3 Shooting Guard 2024 (Episcopal Academy): McCarthy is an excellent shooter from long-range. He makes three-pointers on the move or when spotting up. Moves well without the ball, creating high percentage layup opportunities for himself with backdoor cuts when an opponent overplays him. Also shows flashes of being able to rise up over defenders in the mid-range with a pull-up jumper. Defensively, McCarthy manufactures steals at a solid rate. He uses quick hands and good instincts, plucking the ball away from opponents when they are weak with their handle or jumping into passing lanes when an opponent telegraphs his pass.
Dave Kearney 6’5 Combo Forward 2022 (Haverford School): Kearney needs to be accounted for from beyond the arc as he can make threes effectively off the catch. Is also able
to attack closeouts, scoring in the lane with a soft floater or at the rim with his ability to finish with either hand. Kearney also creates high percentage scoring opportunities for himself on the break. He has the speed and ball handling ability to push the ball up the floor when securing a rebound. Defensively, he does a nice job making quick rotations when coming over from the help side to block opponents’ shots around the rim. Kearney also uses his high motor to pull down defensive rebounds at a good rate.
Billy Rayer 5’11 Combo Guard 2024 (Haverford School): Rayer is a terrific three-point shooter with good mechanics and a fluid release. He makes treys off movement, from pull-ups, or on standstill attempts. While long-range shooting is his forte, Rayer has shown flashes of attacking closeouts and getting all the way to the rim. He creates penetration to get into the paint using a nice change of pace with his dribbles. Makes good reads in the halfcourt as a playmaker, finding teammates for open three-pointers from drive and kicks when an opponent collapses on him in the lane.
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