September 28, 2017

By: Julius Kim

 

Charles Monroe hosted the All City Classic (New York vs. Philly) as players came from both sides came to compete in the rivalry set of games. Here are four prospects that stood out from the class of 2019:

 

DayShawn Davis (Class of 2019 – Our Savior Lutheran)

As Davis earned MVP on the New York side, he continuously knocked down shot after shot. When he wasn’t scoring, his feel for the game allowed him to get others involved as he made multiple extra passes. The 6-foot-3 guard also intercepted many passes on the defensive end.

 

Donta Scott (Class of 2019 – Imhotep)

Scott earned MVP for the Philadelphia side as he showed his versatility by scoring on all three-levels consistently. Defensively, he used his athleticism to block shots and tip passes inside. Scott has offers from UConn, Penn State, and Saint Joseph’s.

 

Aidan Igiehon (Class of 2019 – Lawrence Woodmere Academy)

Offensively, Aidan showed his ability to score as he used his polished post skills to dominant inside. He also rebounded very well on the defensive end all though out the game. At 6-foot-10, the Irish native has earned offers from Oregon, St. John’s, Arizona, Syracuse, Virginia, Villanova, Xavier, Wake Forest, USC, Stanford, Texas A&M, Georgetown, and Illinois.

 

John Bol Ajak (Class of 2019 – Church Farm)

Ajak displayed his timing around the basket as he blocked/tipped numerous shots and passes. On offense, his advanced footwork led to his scoring around fifteen feet and in. The Team Final product has offers from Villanova, Seton Hall, Rutgers, Syracuse, Pittsburgh, and Wake Forest.