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2019 Fall Exposure Tour Standouts | New England & Long Island

By Kaitlyn Fedor

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Obinna Ugquakazi - '20 Stoughton High School (Stoughton, MA) 
Every coach in the gym could use a guy like Obinna on their roster. On Sunday, he filled the stat sheet in a variety of ways and looked the part of an over-qualified glue guy. He defended and rebounded at an extremely high level and consistently made the right play for his team. He shined in transition and looks primed to have a strong finish to his high school career this winter. 

Ojulu Omot - '21 Springfield Central High (Springfield, MA) 
Ojulu was perhaps the most physically imposing player in the gym on Sunday. The 6'6 lefty repeatedly grabbed rebounds, started the break and either scored or found open teammates in transition. His athleticism was on full display with several half court dunks and he showed range out to 3 when the defense gave him space. Only a junior, he's a player to watch throughout the winter and into next spring/summer. 

Tyriek Weeks - '21 Bishop Hendricken (Warick, RI)
If there was a rebound to be had in Tyriek's two games, he was going to come down with it. He commanded the boards and scored around the basket with multiple effort plays throughout the day. When he stepped away from the rim, he got to his spots with one or two dribbles and used his size to rise and shot over smaller defenders. 

Seidina Doukoure - '21 MacDuffie School (Granby, MA) 
Seidina was relentless when attacking the rim and put pressure on the defense every time he touched the ball. A junior with a strong build, he displayed great body control and awareness in the paint during the game sets. He always seemed to make the right play and used his athleticism to separate himself on the defensive end throughout the day. Seidina is primed for a big winter at the The MacDuffie School. 

Julian Llopiz - '21 Plymouth North High (Plymouth, MA) 
Julian displayed high level playmaking ability on Sunday. He consistently created shots for himself off the bounce and once his shots began to fall, did his best to get his teammates involved. Whenever he called for a screen, he made the correct read based on what the defense gave him and played with great pace and patience throughout the day.

Max Enger - '20 Maspeth High School (Queens, NJ)
Max established himself as a threat early in game sets. Grabbing rebounds and finishing through contact he commanded the boards. Plays with a high motor and took no plays off throughout the event. 
Khalil London - '22 St Dominic High School (Oyster Bay, NY)
Khalil impressed with his ability to see the court. With his quickness and high IQ he was an offensive threat getting to spots on the floor. Khalil created opportunities constantly getting into the lane to finish and make plays for his teammates. 
Tramel Forbes - '23 Nazareth High School (Brooklyn, NY)
Despite being a freshman, Tramel caused some issues in Long Island. Tramel utilized his small stature and speed to be create havoc on both ends of the floor. Tramel consistently got into the lane and navigated the defense to make plays for his teammates. 
Chris Cain - '20 Pine Bush Central (Pine Bush, NY)
One of the tallest players in the gym, Chris was hard to miss Sunday. A long 6'8, he used his length to be a presence in the paint on offense and defense blocking shots and finishing over small defenders. A high academic kid with the upside to match.
Patrick Shea - '20 St. John's Prep (Queens, NY)
Shea already hearing from some of the top academic D3 school’s in the Tri State area. Shea shot the ball well from 3 and was able to use his high basketball IQ to get by quicker defenders. 

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