Steve Enoch Turns Some Heads at 2014 Pangos All-American Camp

By Dave Daniels
Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports
Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

Steve Enoch is going to get a lot more attention after his play at the 2014 Pangos All American Camp, and he impressed recently at Cabrillo High School after a few highlight reel plays. The 6-foot-9 power forward shocked many yesterday, and he showed a tremendous ability to rebound the basketball at a high level.

He has an offer from the Memphis Tigers, but it seems like Kevin Ollie is becoming interested in adding Enoch to the national title winning Connecticut Huskies’ squad.

“We think that he’s a high-major player,” Greg Mathews, the forward’s summer coach, said. “He just hasn’t been seen by a lot of schools yet.”

The Norwalk High School (Conn.) senior was even able to hit a couple perimeter shots on Saturday, and that signals at potential for huge growth by the end of the year. His lack of national attention will definitely have changed by the end of the weekend, and I would suspect that he collects a few more high major offers by the summer’s finish. One thing is certain; if he keeps working on that jumper, then we could be talking about him as a potential D-League player down the line.

My suspicion would be that Enoch ends up staying in state and playing with Ollie, but you also never know what will happen when a coach like Shaka Smart gets involved. This will definitely be something to keep an eye on over the next few weeks, and you can bet that Rant Sports Prep will be on the spot.

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