Sunday, November 15, 2020

Basketball Spotlight Super Showcase 7th Grade Top Performers Part 2

The Basketball Spotlight Super Showcase gave us a look at some good talent. Here’s our second look at the top performers from the Class of 2026. 

Basketball Spotlight Super Showcase 7th Grade Top Performers Part 2 

Joel Nash Guard (Norwalk, CT) – Nash is a big combo guard that has a high ceiling. He has good length at his grade. He has an exceptionally smooth game where he can get to the rim anytime he wants. He can finish at the rim with either hand or can also finish through contact. We like how he rebounds for his position and then pushes the rock on the break where he is dangerous in transition.

Pat Feamster Guard (Wyncote, PA) – Pat is a wing that has great size and a high motor. He is all over the court making plays. He has a good handle, can knock down the jumper out to the 3-point line and he finishes around the rim. Feamster is also a willing passer and can lead the break after he grabs the rebound.

Tyler Tolbert Guard (Philadelphia, PA) – Tolbert is a big guard that has a high IQ. He is always patient and makes the right play versus forcing something that is not there. Tolbert has great length and is smooth with the ball in his hands either driving and kicking to an open shooter or finishing at the rim with a finger roll. He seems like he is floating on the court as he makes it look easy.

Nasir Ralls Guard (Philadelphia, PA) – Ralls is one of those players that just looks like he is having fun play the game. He has good size and does everything good on the court. He is trying to make the right play to help his team win the game. Nasir has a nice stroke from behind the 3-point line. He can turn into a playmaker to get others involved using his handle to drive into the paint breaking down the defense and then finding his teammates for assists.

Mekhi Jean-Pierre Guard (Pine Brook, NJ) – Mekhi is long guard that is just scratching the surface of his potential. He affects the game by playing hard on both ends and infusing energy into his teammates by leading by example. He rebounds very well for his position and finishes well around the basket. As he continues to develop and grow into his body, he will be one to continue to track.