Ethan Passley came in as a man on a mission this past weekend in Kitchener. These are the kind of players that make the NPH Showcase Circuit so exciting to be apart of. He earned MVP by being a top notch leader and performed with efficient play making.
Finding players like Passley and helping them put their name on the map is gratifying on all levels.
This PG currently attends St. Mary’s and represents Jamal Murray’s sponsored team, Team Murray.
He will be looking for a post-grad prep him to finish up his high school career.
Passley will be joining the Top 100 list for North Pole Hoops after further evaluation. He has expressed interest in coming to Toronto to compete against a larger talent pool and test himself.
“Coach, this was nothing. I’m coming for those guys in Toronto.”
The underdog mentality is apparent and consistent in every possession.
He’s entirely focused on preparing himself for the next level.
“I know that I’m going to need to spend the summer focused on adding muscle so I can look the part. I have to make it undeniable for coaches.”
While Passley captured upperclassmen MVP, Damien Nath was the one that took on the challenge of guarding him throughout camp.
Damien Nath is a 2021 prospect at the guard spot who is physically impressive with his strength and care for his physique.
Nath showed off his athleticism all weekend, being able to rise and contort his body around defenders.
We’ve seen him before in training with GTA Prep, yet since September he’s added to his game, having improved his jump shot and not relying as much on pure athleticism.
Nath means business this season and is on track to having a great effect on a prep roster.
This combo guard projects well due to his physicals, athleticism and current skill set.
He will also likely attend the Toronto NPH Showcase June 23-24 at UofT downtown.
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