Five-star prospects headline the loaded Primetime Shootout

Five-star prospects such as R.J. Barrett, Scottie Lewis, Cole Anthony, and Louis King headline the loaded Primetime Shootout and Metro Classic.

As always the Primetime Shootout is one of the top events in the Northeast this season. This year the Primetime Shootout has merged with the Metro Classic to form a three day event filled with high level teams and players.

Multiple five-star prospects are going to take part in the event. In the New York/New Jersey area alone three of the best in 2019 are going to be in attendance. Scottie Lewis and Bryan Antoine of Ranney School take on Newark East side, while Cole Anthony from Archbishop Molloy will also be in attendance.

In fact Archbishop Molloy takes on The Patrick School in a game that should be one of the best in the entire metro area. Molloy features big man Moses Brown, and he will go against five-star Kentucky center Nick Richards. Beyond that fast rising 2017 guard Jordan Walker will suit up for The Patrick School.

The stars do not stop there. Hudson Catholic is one of the most talented teams in New Jersey and they are led by five-star Louis King along with four-star prospects Jahvon Quinerly and Luther Muhammad.

Also Our Savior New American takes on Gill St. Bernard’s. Our Savior features a Rutgers and St John’s pledge, while Gill St. Bernard’s has multiple potential high-major players on their roster  as well.

While the local flavor is good, having Oak Hill Academy and Montverde Academy come from out the region makes the event even better.

Montverde is led by the nation’s No. 1 2019 prospect R.J. Barrett and also has North Carolina signee Rechon Black.

Oak Hill is one of the best squads in the country with Texas pledge Matt Coleman as well as Kansas bound forward Billy Preston and highly rated center David McCormack.

Add in Roselle Catholic and their star Nazreon Reid, and the event is loaded with some of the best prospects in the entire country.

Friday and Saturday the event takes place at Keane University while Sunday it moves to Roselle Catholic.

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