On a busy Saturday when some past MVPs showed up, the talent and games were off the charts at Big Shots Philly Pride.

A quick recap

Saturday’s top performers

Khai Champion, NEBC Phenom 2020: Averaged 16 points for the day. The 6-foot-2 point guard, MVP at Big Shots Philly Final last year, has interest from schools like Lafayette, Colgate, American, Lehigh and Ivy League schools.

Jalen McGlone, Philly Pride National 16U: Playing for one of the nation’s premier teams in his age group, McGlone averaged 14 points per game Saturday in a strong performance.

Mandon Seapoe, Philly Hurricanes 15U: Tied for the lead in scoring in the division Saturday at 16 points per game.

Deuce Turner, Philly Pride National 17U: Led the division in scoring (16.5 ppg), total points (33) and made 3-point shots (7) on Saturday. The 6-foot-2 guard has offers from Lehigh, Loyola, LaSalle and Bucknell.

Derrius Ward, KLow Elite Gold: 6-6 wing had a strong first day Saturday. He holds offers from Murray St, Hofstra, Rider, Bowling Green, Bakersfield and Marist


Video Highlights

Kamal Johnson, Philly Threat Owens 2023

Duane Satchell, KLow Elite Blue 2020

Jordan Longino, Philly Pride 2021