Prospect Spotlight: Bradley Ezewiro

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Southern California

Posted On: 04/25/18 8:00 AM

2020 forward Bradley Ezewiro of Saint Anthony’s, is an absolute nightmare to deal with on the court. At 6’8, sporting a powerful frame that plays above the rim, he is one of the dominant young forces in Southern California. The fact that he is a southpaw makes the kid an even ore interesting prospect but make no mistake that he will run past you with either hand. There’s a strong chance that he takes his defender and his teammates all up towards the rim for a nice looking poster. I was able to interview the young man and talk about his development goals and how he plans to attain them. You can catch him playing Adidas Pump n Run!

 

Who do you model your game after?

I model my game after players like Julius Randle of the Lakers and Marques Bolden of Duke University.

 

How do your physical gifts make an impact on the game?

I’m always in short corners looking for a dump off for an easy dunk, or when my point guard gets beat I can be always there to help contest the shot.

 

What weaknesses are you improving on during the offseason?

I can improve my  shooting ability and making better decisions on the ball, I’m always working on things but those will be my main focuses for this summer.

 

What strengths do you believe you bring to a college program?

I believe my ability to be coachable as well as my winning attitude and Athleticism.

 

How do you want to be remembered by the end of your high school career?

What I would like to be remembered for is just always being the guy who’s passionate about winning, dominating on the court and just having a killer instinct whenever I step on the floor.