Jahlil Okafor Will Have to Lead US U-19 Squad in Scoring to Win Gold Medal
Jahlil Okafor will have to most likely be the team’s leading scorer for them to be successful or at least kick the ball out from double teams if opponents try and deny the post.
— Brandon Parker (@brandoncparker) June 24, 2013
Okafor will be up for many national player of the year awards, and he will most likely come home with a few; he is a package recruting deal with his good friend and top ranked point guard Tyus Jones. They will both decide sometime in the fall when they will be doing the majority of their visits. Okafor has truly advanced post moves for his age and he will make a college head coach truly happy sometime in the fall.
Updated 2014 Top 100: Jahlil Okafor, a 6-foot-10, 260-pound center, tops the 2014 pre-July top 100. Tyus Jones… http://t.co/Bicv2cq4xT
— Phog.net (@PhogNet) June 26, 2013
Okafor is in for a spectacular senior year of basketball and we will let you know of any updates here at Rant Sports Prep.
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