Inaugural Biosteel All-Canadian Game roster announced

By March 19, 2015September 23rd, 2016No Comments



The Inaugural Biosteel All-Canadian Roster has been officially released today and it features some of Canada’s brightest stars as well as two foreign-born prodigies who ply their trade on Canadian soil. Jamal Murray (Orangeville Prep) heads the list that includes Justin Jackson (Findlay Prep-Committed to UNLV) and 7’0″ athletic phenom Thon Maker (Orangeville Prep). Thon’s brother Matur has also made the roster. Eddie Ekiyor, who recently participated in the NBA/FIBA Basketball Without Borders camp with Murray, Jackson and Nelson Kaputo adds punch to the forward spot. Ottawa native Corey Johnson (Vermont Academy-Committed to Harvard) is a sharp shooter to watch in the game.  Kaputo is coming off an incredible High School season as his #1 Ranked St. Mike’s Blue Raiders captured their second OFSAA Quad A Championship in 3 years while going undefeated in Canada. Jalen Poyser of Orangeville Prep is a multi-talented guard who has recently committed to UNLV. Abu Kigab has almost come out of nowhere to join a select group of Canadian prospects. He hails from St. Francis in St. Catherines. Jermaine Haley is a superior-talented guard out of Burnaby, BC who will definitely impress the many scouts who will be in attendance. Howard Washington Jr. and Lindell Wigginton are two young players who ply their trade south of the border and ooze potential. They play for two of the top prep schools in America in Montverde Academy and Oak Hill Academy. Some impressive youngsters include rising star Christian David of Bishop Reding(Milton), Keshaun Saunders of Orangeville Prep, Simi Shittu of Corpus Christi in Burlington, Marcus Carr (brother of South Carolina’s Duane Notice), and Danilo Djuricic who also captured OFSAA Quad A Gold for St. Mike’s.

The game will be played on Tuesday April 14th at the Mattamy Athletic Centre and will air after the Raptors vs. Celtics game that day.

Go to Ticketmaster for tickets. HERE

For More Info go to Website: http://biosteelallcanadian.com

Rowan Barrett discusses the importance of the Biosteel All-Canadian Game: HERE


Kyle Alexander PF 6’9 Milton, ON Athlete Institute
Jahvon Blair G 6’3 Brampton, ON Athlete Institute
Marcus Carr SG 6’1 Vaughan, ON St. Michael’s
Christian David SG 6’5 Milton, ON Bishop Redding
Jerome Desrosiers SF 6’6 Montreal, QC N. Mt. Hermon
Danilo Djuricic PF 6’6 Brampton, ON St. Michael’s
Eddie Ekiyor PF 6’8 Ottawa, ON New Hampton
Jermaine Haley PG 6’7 Burnaby, BC Burnaby South
Justin Jackson SF 6’8 Scarborough, ON Findlay Prep
Corey Johnson SG 6’3 Ottawa, ON Vermont Academy
Nelson Kaputo PG 6’0 Toronto, ON St. Michael’s
Abu Kigab SF 6’6 St. Catherines, ON St. Francis
Matur Maker F 6’10 Sydney, AUS Athlete Institute
Thon Maker C 7’1 Sydney, AUS Athlete Institute
Koby McEwen PG 6’3 Mt. Pleasant, UT Wasatch Academy
Jamal Murray G 6’5 Kitchener, ON Athlete Institute
Matthew Neufeld C 6’10 Victoria, BC Sunrise Christian Academy
Awak Piom SG 6’5 Edmonton, AB Harry Ainlay
Jalen Poyser G 6’5 Malton, ON Athlete Institute
Keshaun Saunders G 6’5 Brampton, ON Athlete Institute
Simi Shittu PF 6’8 Burlington, ON Corpus Christi
Jordy Tshimanga C 6’10 Springfield, MA MacDuffie School
Howard Washington PG 6’2 Buffalo, NY Montverde FL
Lindell Wigginton PG 6’1 Dartmouth, NS Oak Hill Academy
Courtesy Biosteel All-Canadian Game
Drew Ebanks
Drew Ebanks

Drew Ebanks

Often referred to as Mr. Canada Basketball, Ebanks has been an integral innovator and personality in both amateur and professional basketball. With a High Honours Diploma in Radio & Television Broadcasting (Seneca College) and experience in the financial services industry, Ebanks’ diverse educational background and work experience has allowed him to maximize On Point’s potential in becoming a leading basketball media, promotional and lifestyle brand.

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