2016 Top Player Profiles – Diallo, Morsell, Sidibe, Smith

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Darryl Morsell
Mount Saint Joseph High School
University of Maryland Commit
Shooting Guard
Class of 2017

Darryl Morsell, ESPN’s 32nd ranked shooting guard will be displaying his athleticism at the 2nd annual Shirts Vs Skins Basketball Classic December 3rd against St Benedicts Prep. He has the speed and strength to blow by his defender and get to the rim to finish against his opponents. Morsell, who made his commitment on November 2nd will be showing an overall performance on December 3rd. Morsell will be joining a nice recruiting class of UMD with Bruno Fernando.

Jalen Smith
Mount Saint Joseph’s High School
Offers: Arizona, UMD, Miami (FL), Providence, Syracuse, Stanford, USC, Villanova, Virginia
Power Forward
Class of 2018

ESPN’s 11th ranked power forward in the class of 2018 has one of the best ability’s out of his position to run the floor and finish around the rim. His speed at the power forward position is unbelievable, he displays a certain skill set where he can shoot the ball and go one on one with his defender in the post. Smith will be playing on December 3rd against St Benedicts Prep as well and plays on the same team as Maryland commit Darryl Morsell.

Hamidou Diallo
Class of 2017
Shooting Guard
Putnam Science
Offers: Arizona, Connecticut, Indiana, Kentucky, Syracuse

Hamidou Diallo is the 3rd ranked shooting guard according to ESPN. He might have the most incredible jump. Diallo can also shoot the ball from all over court, three point and mid-range. Look for Diallo to make several highlight plays December 2nd at 5:00 as Putnam Science takes on Mount Zion Prep also as Putnam Science takes on Coastal Academy at 1:00 on December 3rd.

Bourama Sidibe
St Benedicts
Committed to Syracuse
Class of 2017

Bourama Sidibe might be one of the best shot blockers in this event and it will be displayed on December 2nd at 8:30pm and December 3rd at 7:00pm. Sidibe made his college commitment to Syracuse University and should fit well into their 3-2 zone with his length and athleticism. Sidibe possibly will average double digits throughout this event with the Gray Bees. The next step for Bourama is to get better on his ball handling if he wants to be a complete threat scoring in college.

svss2016 Top Player Profiles – Diallo, Morsell, Sidibe, Smith