Georgetown Hoyas Commit Paul White Shows His Importance To Whitney Young In CPS Title Game
When Jahlil Okafor fouled out of the CPS title game, you probably thought that Whitney Young (IL) had no more hope.
Well, you were wrong. Kind of. Honestly thought they were doomed myself.
You might have forgotten about Paul White, but you can be certain that Curie did not forget about the Georgetown Hoyas commit. The power forward was the main reason that the game went to a record four overtimes, and so we have him to thank for what an unbelievable thrill it was.
“I’m able to play positions one through four,” said White to Game Day Sports. “When it comes to my game; I used to be in the top ten in my class and a lot of injuries set me back, but I’m determined to get back to my original spot and further than that.”
Much thanks to Joe McCann for making this observation below, which summed up nicely my main feeling about it.
Jahlil Okafor may be the headliner for Whitney Young, but Georgetown commit Paul White is important to the… http://t.co/EI25A2u6GQ
— Joe McCann (@JoeMcCann3) February 24, 2014
White will be looked upon to contribute right away for the Hoyas, and I will certainly be watching his career with great interest. Maybe White and Okafor will even get to play against each other at the pro level one day. All for Prep today, but will drop a little fortune cookie wisdom as well to help the cause.
“Go to Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company” -Mark Twain
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