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Miami MBB Recruiting: EYBL Session 4 Recap



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Many Miami targets were in action at the Nike EYBL Session 4 in Memphis, Tennessee this past weekend.

In the 17U division, Nightrydas Elite forward Malik Abdullahi had what might have been his best session yet. He averaged 15.2 points on 69.5% shooting from the field. Abdullahi also averaged nine rebounds per game and had a four-block performance against The Family, showcasing his defensive potential.

Speaking of The Family, its leading scorer and rebounder was Hurricanes target Trey McKenney, who averaged 21.2 points and 8.8 rebounds per game. McKenney, who’s playing up an age group, is shaping up to be one of the best guards in the class of 2025.

Also at guard, electric scorers Jalil Bethea and Jaeden Mustaf were two other standouts in the 17U division. Bethea averaged 17.8 points per game, including a 28-point, 10-of-13 from the field performance against The Family. Mustaf averaged 20 points per game and had a fourth-session personal high of 29 points against Team CP3.

Recently offered guards Christian Bliss, Austin Swartz and Billy Richmond all had productive weekends, but in different ways. 

Bliss did a little bit of everything for the PSA Cardinals throughout the weekend, averaging 9.8 points, 5.2 assists, 3.8 rebounds and 0.8 steals per game. Swartz and Richmond were lethal scorers, with Swartz having one of the most explosive offensive weekends from any 17U player at Session 4.

The 6-foot-4 shooting guard averaged 25.6 points and is now third among all players in points per game for the EYBL season. Swartz is a high-octane perimeter scorer, while Richmond is an incredible athlete who does a lot of his damage in the paint. He scored 41 of his 43 baskets within the 3-point arc.

Wing Rakease Passmore and forward Garrett Sundra were key rotational players for Team Thad and Team Takeover, which combined for a record of 9-1.

Also fielding a Miami offer, EYBL’s leading scorer, Kon Knueppel, continued his breakout spring and averaged 28.2 points per game.



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