Caelin Peters had a great showing at the Philly Live event at Jefferson University.
The live period event is part of the new NCAA schedule which has created opportunities for players to compete in front of Division 1 College Coaches as a part of their high school teams.
This is a major shift away from AAU or travel team Basketball which have seen the number of live period weekends shrink under the new NCAA guidelines.
Against Math, Civics, and Sciences High School, Peters posted 18 points, 2 assists, 5 rebounds, and 4 steals while making two three pointers.
Then against Pocono Mountain West High School, he had a game high 32 points, 2 assists, 5 rebounds, and 2 steals hitting five from deep.
On the event, Peters averaged 25 points and 5 rebounds per game which was one of the best outputs among players in the event.
Peters is preparing to start his senior year at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School where he is hoping to lead his team to a Championship.