Jordan Holiday Classic: Wednesday Recap

This week kicks off the second annual Jordan Holiday Classic in New York. There will be a ton of talent in the gym Baruch College, mainly featuring teams from the northeast. Let's take a look at the opening day action.



St. Raymond’s (83) vs Hudson Catholic (80)

2025 Brandon Stores led the way for St. Raymond’s with 27 points on an efficient 10-of-18 shooting. He’s strung together quality performances as of late and is in play for a rankings bump in the next fluid rankings update. Georgia Tech and Rutgers are a couple of programs to watch in that recruitment. 

2025 Tai Turnage also had a solid performance for St. Raymond’s, scoring 17 points and knocking down a couple of threes. 

2027 guard Anderson Diaz, who MADE Hoops has ranked inside the top 50 of the freshman class rankings, looks like he could be the team’s best prospect, however. He also put his name on national radars of others with a 16 point performance. Diaz’s handle, decision making, and shot making ability stand out quickly upon viewing. 

For Hudson Catholic, 2024 Tahaad Pettiford did what he always does best, which is provide excitement on the court. He’s one of the best scoring guards in the class and is heading to a perfect situation for his play style at Auburn. 2024 guard Alex Massung and 2025 guard Keith McKnight also showed out for Hudson Catholic, combining for an efficient 43 points. 


Cardinal Hayes (86) vs Archbishop Carroll (56)

It was a tight game through the first quarter, but Cardinal Hayes blew it open in the second and third quarters. Available 2024 guard Adam Njie paced them with 22 points and was a menace on the defensive end of the court, tallying five steals. 

Treyvon Lewis notched a double-double of 16 points and 10 rebounds while Kaelin Destin knocked down four three-pointers on the way to 14 points. 

For Archbishop Carroll, Nasir Ralls scored 17 points on 7-of-15 shooting. 2027 guard Munir Greg went 5-of-8 from the field on the way to 11 points. 

Our Savior Lutheran (91) vs Phelps School (86)

In another overtime game, Our Savior Lutheran featured four players that scored in double-figures, spearheaded by five-star senior and North Carolina signee Ian Jackson that ended the game with 31 points and was nearly unstoppable in transition or on the drive. He also knocked down 4-of-6 from behind the arc. 

2026 guard Jordan Skyers was also hot from behind the arc, knocking down 3-of-4 on the way to 20 points. Syracuse signee Elijah Moore added a couple of threes of his own and finished with 19 points, while Mississippi State signee Dellquan Warren finished with 11. 

For Phelps School, 2025 top-20 five-star Will Riley lived at the line for most of the game and knocked down three three-pointers as he ended up with 33 points, which led all scorers for opening day up until this point. At 6’9”, he showed legitimate guard skills on the perimeter. 

Top-150 2025 Onyx Nnani had a multi-faceted impact as he scored 21 points on 7-of-12 from the field. Nnani’s upside is very intriguing and it’s very possible we see his recruitment heat up relatively quickly. 


The Patrick School (78) vs Don Bosco Prep (73)

The Patrick School 2025 guard Brandon Lee led all scorers on Wednesday night with 34 points on 8-of-16 shooting and 4-of-8 from behind the arc. He has one power five offer at this time, but don’t be surprised to see him pop up on more radars across the country. 

William Syndor excelled in a secondary role, finishing with 13 points and six rebounds on the night. 

For Don Bosco, Isaiah Brown stayed hot following a good week at City of Palms. He finished with 23 points on 7-of-12 shooting. Brady Loughlin was also a bright spot, particularly from the outside, as he accounted for 23 points himself. 

Five-star Rutgers signee Dylan Harper finished with 15 points in the loss. 

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