National Prep School Invitational: Top Performers


Jakarr Sampson (Brewster Academy) – finished with 22 points and nine rebounds in a win over St. John’s Northwest Military (WI). In the open court Sampson is a human highlight film and if you forget to box him out then look out below.

Myles Davis (ND Prep) – named the NPSI Most Outstanding Player and well deserved.  Davis averaged 23ppg in a combined 3 contest. The range on Myles Davis jump shot is not fair to defenders. Because they’re not expecting him to knock down consecutive shots from NBA range

Ricardo Ledo (South Kent School) – It was a homecoming for the sharpshooter. Ricardo finished with a combined 31 points on the weekend. Ledo was welcomed by over 50 PC fan, Family and friends everey time he touched the floor.

Zach Auguste (NH Prep) – Had himself a dominating performance in a win over St. John’s Northwest Military (WI) finishing with 16 points and 19 rebounds.

Marcus Crider (Bridgton Academy) – The 6’7 unsigned forward Marcus Crider averaged 21.5ppg and a handful of rebounds during the event. A bruiser down low and can also step out and knock down the occasional mid range.

Andrew Chrabascz (Cushing Academy) – In a win over New Hope(MD) finishing with 20 points on 9-of-12 from the field you saw why the premier big in the class of 2013 is drawing comparisons to Georges Niang.

Rene Castro (Worcester Academy) – One the most underrated lead guards in the country averaged 35 points over the course of the event. He’s having a great year so far with a young Worcester Academy team.

Steven Adams (ND Prep) – was a remarkable 7-7 from the field 14pts in his first try ou while also grabbing 11 boards. Adams threw down a number of loud dunks that had you thinking him and rim and something personal going on. In his second go around Adams just dominated his defender by backing him down below the free throw line and it seemed as if he was automatic from there finishing with 20pts.

Georges Niang (Tilton) – Mr. underappreciated nationally but not locally finished with 23 points to lead his team to a 66-48 victory over REDA (Canada). There was nobody in that gym who could have stopped George on this day.

Nerlens Noel (Tilton) – Noel saw limited action because the game was out of REDA reach since midway through the first half. Even though he didn’t have a big offensive pouring on the stat sheet Nerlens did finish with 11 blocks. REDA’s head coach Tarry Upshaw told us “I’ve never seen anything like it. It’s been over 15 years since I’ve seen a shot blocker like that.”