10/12/2008-BOYS GRADE 9 THRU 12
 SCOUTING REPORT  NATIONAL COLLEGIATE COMBINE
FOR
PA HOOPS SHOOTOUT

 

 

 

 



Jeff Fara scouting for the NCC talks with Pierre Jordan Reyes (#132) who came all the way from Manchester Memorial in New Hampshire to attend the Shootout.

 


Our  Top 20

NUMBER PLAYER NAME SOME OBSERVATIONS MADE DURING THE SCOUTING
TOP TWENTY  
78 Steven Dominello good hustle, demonstrates range, solid bounce passes, scrappy down low, looks to pass
McDevitt (Wyncote)
 
 
83 Isiah Thomas looks for good outlet pass, solid defender, good movement with or w/o the ball
Truman
 
 
89 Brant O'Brien drives to hoop and finishes shot, fights for the ball and can make the steal
Central York
 
 
115 Lucas Mosca solid hustle on court, positions self well on rebounds, good l/r movement, makes the steal
Towson (MD)
 
 
125 Matthew Shatzman precise reverse layup, good on running layup, quick to outlet and breakaway, drives and scores
Pequea Valley
 
 
130 Joel Brokenbrough good drive under control, scrappy, drives the baseline and finishes, can make 3 pointer
Hodgsen VoTech (NJ)
 
 
152 John Rowland finishes off the drive to basket, handles ball well, always looking, can shoot and blocks out
Henderson
 
 
164 Fran Dougherty good low penetration and finishes repeatedly
Archbishop Wood
 
 
166 Ed Hall several neat steals, solid  passer and , tenacious down low and on put backs
Paint Branch (MD)
 
 
81 Nic Martin makes the 3 pointer, all over ball with smart assertive play, good ball handler
St. Maria Goretti
 
 
59 Ryan Griffin demonstrates range and quickness
Glenelg (MD)
 
 
55 David Kiersnowski good ball handler, nice square up shot, demonstrates court presence
CB East
 
 
69 Dylan Moody floor general, anticipates ball movement on court, makes 3 pointer, can defend
Wm Penn Charter
 
 
74 Evan Ehrhart makes the solid pass, good left and right hand during drive to hoop
Red Lion
 
 
106 Quancine Wilson good defender, leaper, good hands of defense
Truman
 
 
112 Anthony Germani solid outlet pass off rebound, great second effort, runs the floor, looks for next pass
Allentown Cent Catholic
 
 
122 Aaron Dombrosky solid drives with ball, demonstrates excellent left and right hand
Shenandoah Valley
 
 
127 Kenneth Johnson works well under basket and on baseline
Abington
 
 
157 Miles Holmes nice turnaround jumper, good drop step, can make 3, drives to hoop and protects ball 
Unionville
 
 
161 Andrew Kohler physical, works hard, will only improve
  Notre Dame Green Pond
 
 
                 BEST OF THE REST
Daniel Aiello, Solvay (NY)
Elliot Boyce,  CNS (NY)
Anthony Coleman, Carlisle
Art Comas, Cardinal Dougherty
Nathan Dane, Tyrone
Tyler Day, Patterson Mills (NJ)
Jordan Greer, Pittsburgh Baldwin
Timothy Heckman, Warwick
Nasir Khalid, Cheltenham
Jeff Lamont, Hannibal Central (NY)
Xynique Lilly, Friendly (MD)
Tyler Mitchell, Manheim Twp.
Pieter Prinsloo, Dover (DE)
Pierre Reyes, Manchester (NH)
Boo Santiago, Bethlehem Liberty
Charles Thomas, Warren Area
Eric Wade, Freedom
Quancine Wilson, Harry S. Truman
Leron Tooles, Coatesville

NCC "Fab 5" Super Sophs-BOYS
Four McGlynnDallastown “Durable battle tested guard…cannot let him alone from 3 point line”
Stephen ZackRed Land “At 6’8” he has experience and size on the blocks”
Shakir EvansCBA Syracuse “Athletic…can rebound put it on floor and start break himself”
Nick SchlitzerPottsville “very confident for his age and at 6’4” has a nice spin move to create jumper”
Trey WhiteCrisfield Academy MD “one of the top 3 point range shooters at the shootout period”

NCC "Fab 5" Super Sophs-GIRLS
Gillian FerkoCentral CatholicSolid on the blocks and plays hard at both ends
Taylor FlatauRed Lion Athleticism with range…Finishes in open floor with both hands
Lashonda HawthorneSt. John’s Prep NYSuper Athletic…lock down defender…runs the break efficiently
Brittany LivingstonMethacton Knows the game…can go coast to coast…plays extremely hard…a coach’s dream
Lauren StarzeckyQuakertownCan score on the move or with standstill shot…key word for her game is versatility at both ends of floor

 

The next PAHOOPS SHOOTOUT is in April at the Penn State-Harrisburg Campus in Middletown, PA

Past shootout results  found HERE

   #145, Xynique Lilly (Friendly, MD)


 

During the season this year, follow the leading players from your area on the

"Leader Boards":
   Delaware News  HERE   
  Maryland News 
HERE
New York News  HERE
  New Jersey  News HERE
 
 Ohio News  HERE
Pennsylvania News  HERE
  Virginia News  HERE     
Other States  HERE

 

 

National Collegiate Combine
Girl's Recognition List

Lindsay Allenbach – Methacton

Nancy Cochman – Agnes Irwin

Samantha Conrad – ELCO

Brittany Davis – Pallotti MD

Jamie Donovan – Central Bucks East

Julia Duffy – Shore Regional NJ

Gillian Ferko – Central Catholic

Taylor Flatau – Red Lion

Connie Franklin – Bishop Shanahan

Stephanie Gardner – Glassboro NJ

Kimmy Green – Central Bucks South

Rachel Gregory – Loyola School NY

Lashonda Hawthorne – St. John’s Prep NY
Justine Hook – Berwick

Sarah Innerst – Red Lion

Kristine Jackiewicz – Quakertown

Kimberly Kaville – Old Forge

Rachel Kichman – Trinity

Kate Knudson – Perkiomen Valley

Brittany Livingston – Methacton

Natalie Maier – Massillon Washington OH

Chante Markus – Lower Dauphin

Josie Migash – Trinity

Erin Moore – ELCO

Nasia Olinger – Mechanicsville VA

Jackie Oliva – Mahanoy Area

Shayla Peoples – Cheltenham

Courtney Riggs – Delone Catholic

Julie Schafer – Whitehall

Tiffany Shank – Southwestern

Amanda Sviben – Steel High

Lauren Starzecky – Quakertown

Gina Steakin – East Stroudsburg

Priscilla Weaver – Indian Valley

Tara Steakin – East Stroudsburg