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RyanHS93

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Roman Catholic
« on: August 14, 2018, 07:14:34 PM »

How good are the young players 
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RyanHS93

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Re: Roman Catholic
« Reply #1 on: August 19, 2018, 08:35:47 AM »

If Jalen Duren proved one thing from Hoop Group Future All-American Camp, it was that he is one of the best class of 2022 prospects in the nation. Duren is very confident in what heís capable of on the floor and canít wait for this high school season at Roman Catholic High School (PA). He talked to HG Insider on this and more.

Q: What did you look to get from your experience at the Hoop Group Future All-American Camp?

A: ďMy approach was to get better and compete at the highest level with some of the best players in the country.Ē

Q: What are some of the things you do on the floor that separates you from the rest of the players in your class?

A: ďI would definitely say my athleticism, I have a lot of heart and I bring a lot to each game. I think I do a lot that separates me from those in my age group.Ē

Q: Whatís something that most people donít know about you yet?

A: ďI would say Iím pretty similar on and off the court. When Iím not playing in a game, I am working on it. I like to hang out with family and friends. I donít think thereís anything crazy about me. Iím just an average kid with a God given gift.Ē

Q: You and Justice Williams both decided to go to Roman Catholic High School together. What went behind that decision?

A: ďJustice is my guy. Itís a duo with me being a big and him a guard. That worked out well and he is high in our class too. We just decided to link up and bring some championships home.Ē

Q: What do you think people would say about you after watching you play?

A: ďWhen Iím in a game and someone is watching me play, I think they would say I gave it my all. Iím going to give my team all I have and they will either say I dominated or I dunked on your big man.Ē

Q: What are some of your goals this high school season?

A: ďIím trying to prove that I should be number one in my class. I want to show that I am the best, but itís coming. Iím going to prove a lot of things and people are going to see a lot that they havenít seen from me before.Ē
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Re: Roman Catholic
« Reply #2 on: August 19, 2018, 02:18:37 PM »

yep, just up from New Castle Delaware.

if they're short players, there is always that state across the river!
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Re: Roman Catholic
« Reply #3 on: August 22, 2018, 04:30:32 PM »

Any chance to see him play  Looks like a future star. Here is the other player going to Roman  Excited to watch

Philadelphia Product Justice Williams Proves Elite Status

After spending some time with the New York Rens this year, 2022 guard prospect Justice Williams returned home to play for Team Final, with his debut being at the 'Proving Ground'. The 6'3" combo guard is an awesome talent at this stage, and is owner of the most impressive mid-range game in the class, in my opinion. A smooth athlete who is quick off-the-dribble and playing routinely above the rim, he proved that he's one of the best 25 talents in the country right now. As far as high school goes, the four schools he's considering are Archbishop Wood, Archbishop Carroll, Cardinal O'Hara and Roman Catholic.
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Re: Roman Catholic
« Reply #4 on: October 31, 2018, 10:04:13 PM »

Roman had four guys transfer out, one each to Camden (Camden, NJ), Neumann-Goretti, Delaware County Christian, and Bishop McDevitt (Wyncote, PA).
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