- National Teams
Check out 6’4″ guard Josh Steel, who right now is the top junior player in the country!
The 1997 born England Under-18 and Barking Abbey player has slowly risen to prominence over the last couple of years, including a selection to the Jordan Brand Classic International Game in New York, recognising him as one of the top players in Europe for his age group.
Still one more year left in the country (Class of 2015), Steel is already sitting on offers from a few D1 schools. Montana State University, Florida Atlantic University and Drexel have offered, whilst the likes of Ole Miss, Virginia, Tulane, James Madison, University of Nebraska, University North Texas, University of South Florida, and South Carolina are all showing interest.
This is footage from the last two seasons, with England U16s, England U18s, Barking Abbey, and a little bit of Medway Park Crusaders. It also includes footage from America when Barking Abbey when to compete in the City of Palms Classic, where he turned a lot of heads.
Steel has only just turned 17 in January and has put together a string of impressive performances in Men’s Division 1, averaging 18.2ppg over his last four games (17, 22, 12, and 22).