Take a look at some of the top South Florida High School Basketball stories you may have missed from last week (June 29 – July 5).
Former Archbishop McCarthy forward Bradley Alcime announced his commitment to Tulsa University on Tuesday after previously committing to PHS Academy.
In his senior campaign, Alcime averaged 13.1 points, eight rebounds, one steal, and one block a night.
The 6-foot-8 forward will be joining 3-star Keshawn Williams at Tulsa.
The second player to announce his commitment to a college program last week was Boyd Anderson guard Martin Mercedes, as he’ll be attending St. Petersburg College.
In his final year of high school basketball competition, Mercedes put on a show averaging 14.3 points, 4.0 assists, 2.5 rebounds, and 1.9 steals per game for the 17-12 Cobras.
The SPC Titans are coming off a 14-17 season and are looking to turn their program around with the guard’s defense and energy.
After a dominating performance at the Showtime Roundup, 2021 four-star combo guard Wesley Cardet earned an offer from St. John’s University.
In a 28 point outing against Team Parsons, Cardet showed out his explosiveness, polished jumper, and ability to finish in contact on full display.
Cardet averaged 15 points, 9 rebounds, and 5 assists per game last season, leading the Northeast Hurricanes to a 21-7 record.
Besides St. Johns, Clemson, Florida, Alabama, and Iowa State, among others are interested in one of the nation’s top prospects.
Despite the departure of some of their finest prospects, South Florida high school basketball is determined to bounce back from its disappointing playoff run.
Make sure to take check out some of the players 305Sports believes will be making a statement in their senior seasons.