Posted On: 07/21/20 1:14 PM

Only Joe Fenelon could host an individual showcase on a Friday night in the outskirts of Philadelphia during a pandemic and a tropical storm and pull in about 125 players. The NYG Hoops event featured a middle school division for 2024 and 2025 players as well as a high school division. Players came from all over the East Coast and down south and put on a fairly rust-free performance considering the circumstances. Here is a look at some more standouts from the event.


Dayshawna Carter, 2021, South Shore High

I enjoyed watching Ms. Carter compete. She dove for loose balls, broke some ankles with her tricky dribbling, stopped on a dime and made pull up jumpers and did not take any plays off. She can definitely score the ball in a variety of ways and she's just fun to watch. She goes hard on defense too and has a knack for coming up with steals and loose balls. Looking forward to seeing her again.


Cire Worley, 2023, Abington High 

Cire was the first player to catch my eye in the event. She has decent speed and great length at 5'11". She drained a couple of jumpers from 3

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