Three prospects who stood out at the Mid-Atlantic Independent School Shootout

By Pat Lawless

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The Mid-Atlantic Independent School Shootout took place this past weekend at the Hun School (NJ). Prestigious schools such as Stanford, Clemson, Notre Dame, Vanderbilt, Pittsburgh, and more were in attendance throughout the event. With the caliber of teams on hand, plenty of prospects made a strong impact. Here are three of those prospects that made serious noise in Sunday’s action.

Ed Holland - Friends Central (2021)

Class of 2021 small forward Ed Holland from Friends Central started Sunday’s action off with a bang. Holland did a good job utilizing his length by getting himself in great positions to score the ball. With him having two full high school seasons to go, Holland has the opportunity to hone his skills and become a multi-dimensional prospect. Following his strong performance, he received an offer from Colgate.

Tyler Seward – Haverford School (2021)

The Haverford School (PA) has a strong guard duo in Jameel Brown and Tyler Seward. Both performed well, but Seward stole the show against a tough opponent in First Love Christian Academy. He played with a high level of intensity on both ends and winning play after winning play. He got to the basket at will with his high level of speed and athleticism. Seward is a high academic prospect to keep an eye on.

Noah Collier – Westtown School (2020)

Westtown School’s Noah Collier was one of the biggest prospects coming into the Mid-Atlantic Independent School Shootout and it’s safe to say he played up to it against the Hun School. Collier’s versatility was tough for his opponent to deal with. He stayed hungry from start to finish, which ultimately put his team in a good spot to take home the victory. Westtown School becomes even more of a threat now that Collier’s game appears to be expanding.