Horace Spencer, who played his first two high school seasons at William Tennent in Warminster, returned to Philadelphia for the Rumph Classic earlier this summer, writes Owen McCue for the City of Basketball Love.
Even while at William Tennent, the forward would head into Philadelphia to play against the best in the area. He averaged a near double-double as a freshman, and 20 points per game and 7 rebounds per game as a sophomore.
“Me leaving Tennent was probably the best thing for my career because Tennent basketball wasn’t high-level,” said Spencer.
“It felt good to be back home, bro,” said Spencer. “Nobody really knows me like that since I’ve been away, Las Vegas, Auburn. Nobody really knows me like that, so it’s nice to get my name out there a little bit.”
Read more about Horace Spencer in the City of Basketball Love.