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Central Pennsylvania Showcase: Sean Good Improving
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (1:35 PM CT, Wed September 28, 2016)
2018 PF Sean Good continues to improve as a post.
2018 PF Sean Good continues to improve as a post.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

Future150 GM / Senior National Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball.

Hershey, PA (Future150) -- On Tuesday night on the campus of Hershey High School, several of the best prospects in central Pennsylvania took the floor in front of college coaches & media, and 2018 big man Sean Good & 2017 guard Chris Whitaker stole the show. 

Sean Good, 2018 PF, Trinity (PA): The 6'10" big man is setting himself up for a monster junior season. While he's still a relatively raw post, his motor and ability to stretch the defense with his shooting was on full display Tuesday night. He also showed that he's an excellent passer for a big man as well. 

Chris Whitaker, 2017 G, Harrisburg (PA): One of the most profilic scorers in the state will be the catalyst for the Cougars this upcoming season. A natural scorer at 6'3" who can play either guard spot, he will again fill up box scores in his final season at Harrisburg High.

Bryan Karl, 2017 SF, Hempfield (PA): A very skilled wing prospect at 6'5", he showed that not only can he shoot the ball from the perimeter, but he has no problem creating plays around the rim. He's also a very good rebounder who uses his strength to muscle away rebounds from opposing bigs.

Casey Caruso, 2018 SG, Camp Hill (PA): One of the smoothest playmakers and shooters at the showcase is the junior, who's seen his stock continue to rise since the end of the winter. As usual, he showed that he can knock down shots with regularity, while also showing ability off-the-dribble when attacking the rim.

Christian Ray, 2017 SG, Harrisburg (PA): The upside potential is through-the-roof for the 6'2" wing. Not only is he a bouncy and smooth athlete, but shows ability to score the ball well from both the perimeter and when he's attacking going to the rim. 

Gerald Jarmon III, 2019 PG, Susquehanna Township (PA): One of the most polished scorers in central Pennsylvania is the sophomore, who figures to have an outstanding high school season. A strong and skilled 5'11" guard, his mid-range game was very impressive on Tuesday night.

Marcus Hall, 2017 SF, Trinity (PA): A strong and athletic 6'4" wing, he showed ability as an interior bruiser with his play throughout the showcase. He finished well around the rim, and rebounded well on both ends of the floor. He also stroked a few perimeter jumpshots, showing off his versatility on offense.

Shaquel Ortiz, 2017 SF, Lebanon (PA): Coming off a big high school season, the 6'2" wing looks like he's poised for another big year. While he did his usual work on Tuesday night (rebounding & finishing around the rim), he also showed ability as a ball-handler, bringing the ball up the floor regularly throughout the event.

Davon Lee, 2020 PG, Bishop McDevitt (PA): The whispers are growing louder that the 6'0" lead guard is one of the next great points to come out of the Harrisburg area. He did it on a national level throughout the AAU season, and continues to show signs of his improvement and development.

John Wessel, 2018 SG, New Oxford (PA): The surprise of the event was the 6'4" wing. Highly skilled with an impressive shot from the perimeter, he consistently made plays all night. Possessing a very good frame and ability to create for himself, he's a name to watch this winter.

Clovis Gallon, 2019 SG, York (PA): Traditionally, the Bearcats always put out talent, and the 6'2" guard looks like the next star to come out of the program. A skilled wing who plays with excellent pace, he got buckets at the showcase. He also made good decisions with the ball in his hands.

Timmy Edwards, 2017 SG, Trinity (PA): The athleticism of the 6'3" shooting guard is apparent early on, as he rattles the rim whenever he gets a chance on the break. However, his ability as a shooter is underrated, and he attacks the basket regularly as well, making him even more dangerous.

Tamel Little, 2020 SG, Central Dauphin East (PA): One of the up-and-coming talents in the area is the 6'1" wing prospect. He was fearless when attacking the rim and showed that he has no problem making plays for others as well. Definitely a high IQ prospect as well. 


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