NYC Invitational - Session 2

Updated: Aug 5, 2021

James Moore || The Patrick School || 6'8 Wing || C/O 2024


James' athleticism was very impressive, as he finished at and above the rim. He got in the lane using a quick first step and a good handle. He ran the court exceptionally well, which assisted his team in getting transition points. Defensively, he showed good lateral quickness with the ability to contest shots effectively and deflect passes.

Jayden Ramirez || Christ the King || 6'4 Wing || C/O 2025

He is a crafty guard who displayed good court vision; he can find his teammates and create scoring opportunities. He has a big frame which makes him a threat for taking smaller guards to the rim and overpowering them. Defensively, he was tenacious and didn't give up on possessions.


Kachi Nzeh || George School || 6'8 Forward || C/O 2023


Kachi is a stronger player who didn't have a problem guarding on the interior, and he was able to move his feet on the Perimeter as well. He has pretty good footwork and touch around the rim and is capable of finishing with contact.

Jack Bailey || Loomis Chaffee || 6'6 Wing || C/O 2025


He shot it well from behind the 3pt line off the dribble and the catch. His handle was shaky at times, but he was able to create some opportunities to get into the lane where he could show off a soft touch around the rim. Jack showed some flashes of being a good on-ball defender, using his length to contain the ball handler.

Caleb Crawford || Loomis Chaffee || 6'0 Guard || C/O 2023


Caleb was very quick in the open court to the point where defenders couldn't keep him out of the lane. He also displayed a really good handle to break defenders down in the half-court. He was a crafty finisher with an ability to create advantages for himself in a crowded paint.


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Written by: Jordan Freeman


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