Some of the most thrilling plays of the high school season come on the hardwood. Between exciting playmakers, knockdown shooters and up-tempo offenses, few sports can match the intensity in the gym during a boys basketball game.
With that, here are Newsday’s Top 100 boys basketball players on Long Island for the 2019-2020 season, with each possessing the skills to make you say “Wow” at least once a game.
(Note: Stats for this season are from December 2019.)
School: Roslyn Grade: Sophomore Position: G Height: 5-9 County: Nassau Conference: Conference A-III College Commitment: N/A
Drenis is averaging 10.4 points through seven games, including 19 in a loss to Wantagh. He made an immediate impact on the varsity team as a freshman last season after starting the year on junior varsity.