Whitney Young Center Jahlil Okafor Impressing Billy Donovan at US U-19 Training Camp
Recently saw the alley oop below by Jahlil Okafor to Aaron Gordon, and have to say I was impressed by Okafor’s passing ability. We all already knew Gordon could dunk the ball, but the touch on that pass was truly impressive.
Aaron Gordon throws down alley from Jahlil Okafor !!!!http://t.co/kvMWZUl38m
— cata…MY nigga (@KevinCata1) June 15, 2013
Okafor has been impressing the U-19 coaching staff and Billy Donovan in particular; Donovan is probably a little bummed out not to be coaching Okafor is college, but Donovan has the joy of coaching him now in what will likely lead to a Gold medal.
Jahlil Okafor, Justise Winslow to play for Billy Donovan…..on USA U19 team. Good-looking team led by Marcus Smart: http://t.co/952lc3iKi2
— Jason Hickman (@Jason_Hickman) June 18, 2013
We will definitely keep you posted of Okafor’s progress here at Rant Sports Prep and something tells me that this squad is going to come home with a gold medal. There is really no one under nineteen years old who can guard Okafor and he will be double teamed most times that he touches the ball; that is the reality of the situation and so his shooters and other post guys are going to have open opportunities as a result.
Stay tuned for more college basketball recruiting updates later on today and if you have any comments feel free to Rant them below or hit me up on twitter.
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