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Obi Enechionyia

Hagerstown, MD - 2014

SchoolSt. James School PositionSmall Forward Height6’7” Weight215 lbs. AAU TeamTeam Takeover HometownHagerstown, MD Class2014
National Rank#133State Rank#6
Scouting Report


3pt Shooting
Defensive Rebounding
High Motor
Offensive Rebounding
On-Ball Defense


Elite Ball-Handling Skills
Finishing Through Contact
Help-Side Defense
Low Post Footwork
Low Post Moves
Making Correct Passes

  • Scout’s Notes:

    He is a long and fluid athlete that can play either forward position. He rebounds and defends well and can score when facing the basket. His post offense is still a work in progress but he can stretch defenses with his shooting ability. He has sneaky bounce as well.

College Projection:

  • High-Major

Complete Rankings:

  • Player Grade: 87 (3-Star)
  • National Rank: 133
  • Position Rank: 38
  • State Rank: 6

Skills Review:

  • Shooting: Excellent
  • Dribbling: Good
  • Passing: Good
  • Rebounding: Good
  • Intangibles: Good
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