Westtown School (25‑8)

West Chester, Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania PISAA state champion

Top Players

  • 6-11 SR Mohammed Bamba ... #4 (ESPN) … #4 (Rivals) … #2 (Scout) … #4 (HoopSeen)
  • 6-6 SR Brandon Randolph (ARIZONA) … #40 (ESPN) … #52 (Rivals) … #38 (Scout) … #39 (HoopSeen)
  • 6-7 JR Cameron Reddish … #4 (ESPN) … #6 (Rivals) … #4 (Scout) … #7 (HoopSeen)
  • 6-8 SR Anthony Ochefu (STONY BROOK)
  • 6-8 JR Jake Forrester
  • 6-4 SR Najja Hunter
  • 6-2 SR Zaki Hunter

Moose At A Glance

The Moose return for a City of Palms encore in 2015, powered by a scintillating trio – 6-11 SR center Mohamed Bamba, 6-7 JR forward Cameron Reddish and 6-6 SR guard Brandon Randolph, all national top-tier talents. Bamba averaged 14 points, 11 rebounds and 6 blocks as a junior, and helped Westtown claim its first PISAA state title in any sport since the school opened in 1799. Reddish (11 ppg at Westtown) put up a solid 15.2 points and 4.8 rebounds per game on the EYBL circuit. … At the 2015 COP, Westtown fell 57-56 in overtime to eventual Signature Series champion Hamilton Heights (Tenn.), but an already-stacked roster got even better with the arrival of long-armed 6-8 JR Jake Forrester, who spent his first two years at Harrisburg Central Dauphin and the Kiski School.