AAU basketball is back, and the Bewley brothers are making some noise.
Highly ranked class of 2023 prospects, Ryan and Matthew Bewley joined the likes of Northeast High School (Fort Lauderdale, FL.) teammate Wesley Cardet in receiving an offer from St. John’s University.
All three of them, including JJ Harris, participated in the Showtime Roundup and E1T1 Invitational, playing for Team Breakdown’s 17U squad, which is affiliated with the Under Armour Association.
The nation’s No. 9 ranked rising sophomore, Matt Bewley, 16, dismantled his competition, regardless of playing an age group older than him. Surely to earn five-star status, Bewley’s most impressive game came against Team Parsons, posting 34 points and 10 rebounds in the in-state clash.
The 6-foot-9 forward displayed tremendous ball-handling, athleticism, and ability to shoot from the perimeter and beyond the arc against some of the country’s top prospects.
Brother Ryan Bewley, who is ranked No. 14 in the 2023 class by ESPN, had his fair share of standout performances, including a 16 point outing against Q6 All-Stars Elite. Similar to that of his brother, Ryan impressed through his ability to create his own shot, facilitate the ball, and willingness to attack the basket with ease.
Both players played fundamental roles in Northeast’s 2019-20 campaign, which concluded with a 21-7 record, including victories versus Mayfair (Lakewood, CA.), Forest Hill (West Palm Beach, FL.), and Pembroke Pines Charter (Pembroke Pines, FL).
Besides St. John’s, the highly touted twins also hold offers from Depaul, Florida, Florida State, and Alabama. That list is expected to expand this summer.