The 7th Grade Division of the Super Showcase was loaded with talent and gave us a chance to see some new faces. Here’s our second look at the Class of 2026 top performers.
Super Showcase 7th Grade Top Performers Part 2
Bryce Presley Forward (Bensalem, PA)- Presley performed liked the best forward in the building. The southpaw finished off passes with ease and even create his own opportunities off the dribble. He runs the floor like a deer with power and he has hands like a wide receiver. If he keeps growing the sky is the limit.
Stephen Ashley Wright Guard (Wilmington, DE)- Ashley-Wright came and right away separated himself from his peers. The aggressive guard has good size and a unique natural scoring ability. He has some wiggle in his game and can drop buckets from all three levels. He’s very exciting to watch on this level and I look forward to seeing him again.
Kareem Anthony Guard (Elizabeth, NJ)- It looks like Coach Colicchio from Elizabeth might have his point guard of the future. Anthony is a blur with the rock and also can make defenders disappear. He appears that he could be a pass first point guard but does have some scoring in his arsenal. He used the showcase to introduce himself to the Spotlight world.
Patrick Otey Guard (Westwood, MA)- Otey grew a few inches since the Future Phenom Camp and was in attacked the Super Showcase. He has a supreme offensive arsenal including being able to finish with either hand. His size makes him a natural for his position and it seems like Expressions has another big-time prospect on the horizon.
Pat Feamster Forward (Wyncote, PA)- Feamster has some big time potential. He has good size, skills and motor. I like his deep range stroke and ability to finish at the hole. Something tells me this kid will be a name to know for some years to come.
Matt Johnson Guard (Philadelphia, PA)- Good luck staying in front of this guard, because Johnson has an array of dribble moves that allows him to get in the lane. Kudos to his trainer because this youngster has legit footwork combined with a good feel for the game. Philly has guards galore.
JT Lindi Guard (West Harrison, NY)- Lindi is another pass first point guard with some flair. He has unique court vision and will handle the rock with anyone. This kid loves the competition and will be a great addition for any coach.
Mickell Taylor Guard (Teaneck, NJ)- Taylor brought some North Jersey swag to this event. He understands that he must be in attack mode in this type of event. Mickell plays the game at a great pace. I like his combination of scoring the rock and setting up teammates.