Congrats on making your college selection, Cam. Such a humble and talented kid. Can't wait to watch you do big things in Cameron (Reddish) Indoor Stadium.
Read Cameron's take on his commitment at The Players' Tribune.
Bethlehem Catholic forward, Ryan Young, committed to the Northwestern Wildcats on Wednesday. He chose Northwestern over Maryland, George Washington, Temple, and many others. Congrats, big fella!
On Sunday, the big man showed he still has some left in the tank. Citi Team advances to TBT's Southern Regional where they will continue their quest for a National title. Not surprising that Johnson—who preaches #ballbeyondyourlimits—continues to walk the walk. On to the next one.
We are so proud of all of Mohamed's accomplishments to date and know he will do great things down in Austin. Look forward to Mo out-working his competition and blocking every shot the Big 12 can throw at him. Congrats, young man! #keepdreamingbig
Brandon captured MVP honors for the Regional Red team on Friday in Brooklyn. He scored a game-high 32 points on 16-26 shooting and had nine rebounds and two assists, earning the award for his victorious performance.
It's so exciting to see those long hours that Brandon put in pay off!
The Pennsylvania All-State teams were announced, and seniors, Mohamed Bamba and Brandon Randolph were on the first team 3A squad. They were also joined on the first team by junior, Cameron Reddish. All three play for state champion, Westtown School, and train with Ball Beyond.
While this may be news to others, we're not really surprised. Mo has all the talent in the world, and never settles for anything other than greatness. Mohamed had 17 points, 5 rebounds, 4 blocks, and 2 steals in just 21 minutes.
The Penn Freshman DOMINATED Ivy League competition this weekend and proved that he will be a force to reckon with, in years to come. Continue to #BallBeyondYourLimit, Ryan!
The Seawolves are beast down low. Congrats to Anthony and we can't wait to see his continued success at Stony Brook. Anthony has worked hard to become a Division 1 athlete. and has benefitted from never giving up.
Read about Anthony's journey