Jahlil Okafor Impresses with Near Double-Double in Win for Whitney Young Dolphins
Jahlil Okafor is an ambidextrous player, which is quite impressive and he also happens to be the top ranked player in the 2014 college basketball recruiting class. He helped Whitney Young (IL) to a win recently with an impressive stat line of 23 points and nine rebounds
— D1 Circuit (@D1Circuit) December 28, 2013
Okafor committed to the Duke Blue Devils in November along with the top ranked point guard in the class Tyus Jones. They will be a fearsome combination at the college level, and for anyone who does not believe me then just watch the tape of the Whitney Young (IL) game. They will definitely be the preseason number one, but whether the season will end in a title still remains to be seen. Can’t see that far into the future folks! But boy do I wish it were possible to do so. Okafor’s way towards a state title has been block for the last three season by Jabari Parker, but the center will have one more chance this season and fully expecting him to get there. Cliff Alexander has been making waves over at Curie (IL) though, and so that is a threat that will definitely keep an eye on as well.
Two more previews coming your way today, and then am going to hit the clock for the day.
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