Jack Molloy talks PSA Cardinals, recent visits, and more

Jack Molloy is one of the hidden talents in the class of 2021. The forward who attends Northfield Mount Hermon High school hold offers from Harvard, Penn State, Brown, Dartmouth, and few other division one schools. He talks with me about his summer and his upcoming plans for his junior season.

Molloy run’s with the PSA Cardinals, a Nike EYBL program. “Playing with PSA has been a blessing” he states. “There are not many programs that are as effective at getting their players into college”. Molloy ran with the 16U team this past summer and did outstanding. This summer really was when his recruiting took off.

Molloy has just took some recent visits to some schools this summer he tells me. “This summer has been fantastic. I have visited a number of great schools and have enjoyed each one” he stated. “I am looking forward to taking more visits as my recruitment continues”.

The NCAA camp held in Connecticut was a great experience for prospects to play with new players and rise their stock. “The NCAA camp was great for getting my name out, especially because my team was talented and played unselfish”. Molloy also attended the Larry Hughes camp in St. Louis. “I enjoyed that camp because it was less about playing in front of colleges, and more about working hard and learning new ways to improve as a player” Molloy states.

Molloy will be entering his junior year at Northfield Mount Hermon High School, I talked with him about his expectations for the season. “I am very excited about the upcoming season”. They will be competing to win the NEPSAC, which they won last year. “I expect to have a bigger role on the team and I am ready to get after it”.

Jack Molloy is a very well spoken young man, and an even better basketball player. Be on the lookout for him this upcoming school year and AAU season where he will continue to pick up offers.

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