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  • Marsei Caston 6'3 PG

    Shockers appear to be showing heavy interest in 6'3 point guard Marsei Caston from Windsor, Canada. Currently playing at Potters Academy in Jacksonville, Florida. Also played with Each 1 Teach 1 on the Nike EYBL circuit averaging 14.5 points per game with 2 assists. Offers from South Florida, New Mexico, UAB, Arkansas State, UC-Riverside, Florida International and Binghamton.

    Highlights (from a year ago):

    EYBL: https://www.d1circuit.com/roster_pla...407?subseason=

    247: https://247sports.com/player/marsei-caston-46055524
    Rivals: https://n.rivals.com/content/prospec...-caston-223787
    VC: http://www.verbalcommits.com/players/marsei-caston

  • #2
    Another point guard we are looking into... coincidence...I think not

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    • #3
      Of course we never know how good the competition is, but on this video, Marcel seems to have it all. He is fast on his feet, has extremely quick hand, is totally aware offensively and defensively what is taking place (making several steals), drives well, appears to have a decent shot, and did pass occasionally. If he is anywhere as good as he looks here, I'm sure 3G can somehow find room for him.

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      • #4
        2019 class.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by shocks02 View Post
          ... averaging 14.5 points per game with 2 assists. ...
          Seems like his taking shots to passing the ball ratio is pretty bad for a PG. Unless he was playing on a team where no one else on the team could buy a bucket.
          The future's so bright - I gotta wear shades.
          We like to cut down nets and get sized for championship rings.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Aargh View Post
            Seems like his taking shots to passing the ball ratio is pretty bad for a PG. Unless he was playing on a team where no one else on the team could buy a bucket.
            2 assists per game should definitly raise an eyebrow but without video to see the team's style of play it could be misleading. Poor shooters, wings that prefer to drive to the rim may be wasting some assist opportunities...

            From this video, he seems to find open players and show an ability to get them the ball

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