The 7'0" Egbunu is nowhere near a finished product offensively or defensively, but right now he i still a very good basketball player. He runs the floor extremely well for a kid his size, and is owner of a frame that many players can only dream of, with room to still fill out muscle-wise. He is a high-level rebounder and works hard for space on the offensive end.
Must continue to add muscle to his frame. He also needs to improve his shooting from five to ten feet. Developing a go-to post move would greatly benefit him before playing major college basketball.
7/06/2012 by Jason Pratt – After a stellar EYBL spring, Texas Titans PF Julius Randle finds himself as the No. 1 player in the country, according to Future150.
6/14/2012 by Jason Pratt – The NBA Players Top 100 Camp started this morning with players taking part in team practice followed by the first session of games.