How Mo Bamba Took Control

Wonderful piece by Brian Hamilton, on our guy, Mo Bamba, providing a little insight into his background growing up. Mo, the athlete is no doubt a game-changer, but what many already know at Westtown, and what people are finding out at UT, is Mo the man is so much more.

Collier Impresses at Team USA Mini-Camp

Jonathan Givony, DraftExpress

Noah Collier | SF/PF | 2020 class

6-foot-7, 193 pounds | 6-foot-8½ wingspan | Westtown School (PA) | 15.8 years old

Not currently considered among the top prospects in his class at this stage, Noah Collier nevertheless had an impressive weekend in Colorado Springs, flashing intriguing versatility on both ends of the floor.

Collier has an excellent frame that will continue to fill out in time, as well as good athletic ability; he is quick off his feet, covering ground in agile fashion and sporting strong body control. He shows potential offensively in a number of key areas; he hit a handful of 3-pointers throughout the weekend and was a handful in the open floor, even putting the ball down and playing at different speeds in the half court. He has a good feel for the game that suggests he can continue to harness this versatility into a more polished and consistent skill set down the road. Until that happens, Collier looks happy making plays with his impressive energy, instincts and tools, and already gets quite a bit done defensively and as a rebounder, which you love to see from a player his age.

Noah Collier, Team USA full interview! Thanks to my guy for the shout-out!