2019 Fall Exposure Tour Standouts | Scranton & Philly
2021 Brandon Hall | Meyers High School (Wilkes Barre, PA)
Hall is an exceptional athlete who knows how to attack the rim. He impressed coaches throughout the day not only with his ability to get into the paint but also with his craftiness finishing around the rim. Hall also impressed on the defensive end of the floor using his length to deflect passes and block shots.
2021 Cole Walker | Myers High School (Wilkes Barre, PA)
Walker showed the ability to score at all three levels. Walker was particularly successful taking defenders off the bounce and rising into a pull-up jumper over smaller defenders form 15-18 feet. He was also able to get to the rack and finish through contact.
2020 Gabriel Springer | Wallenpaupack High School (Hawley, PA)
Springer has a HIGH motor which separated him on Saturday. His length and wingspan allowed him to block shots on the defensive end and clean up every missed shot around the rim. Springer also showed the ability to score over both shoulders in the post and was also able to face up opponents and shoot out to 18 feet. Springer will look to have a big senior year at Wallenpaupack while his stock continues to rise.
2021 Ethan Meuser | Wyoming Seminary (Kingston, PA)
Meuser has a reputation as a skilled big and backed that up on Saturday with his ability to play inside/out and handle the ball when necessary. Meuser’s versatility was on full display as he was able to stretch the floor with his shooting ability as well as scoring the ball inside. Meuser will be a tough match up this winter as he looks to lead his team into the state tournament at Wyoming Seminary.
2020 Chris Cain | Pine Bush Central (Pine Bush, NY)
Cain made the trip across state lines and certainly made the trip worthwhile. College coaches were impressed with his ability to establish position inside and score over both shoulders. Cain was also able to face up defenders and score out to 18 feet. He also showed a very soft touch around the rim and crashed the boards hard all day.
This 6’1 combo has great size with the ability to make plays for his teammates and score at all levels. Poised and under control with the ball, Alex showed a High IQ by making the right play every possession. Be on the lookout for this junior to have a big season!