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Posted On: 07/9/18 5:44 PM
In the central part of Florida, 2020 Orlando University guard/forward Ryan D’Ali is a name to know.
The 6’5″, 155-pounder takes the game seriously. Over the last four years, he’s attended both the Kentucky and Kansas basketball camps. He says the camps have increased confidence in his shot and his ability to drive to the basket.
Heading into his junior season at University, he’ll be a major part of the Cougars group.
“Coming off my freshman year at University High, I recognized there were some areas I needed to improve on that would help me make my game better,” D’Ali told Prep Hoops. “During the summer of 2017, I joined the Hawk Youth Elite Basketball with Coach CJ. Coach CJ has been pushing me to train harder they I have ever before and in new areas.”
D’Ali is spending his second year with Hawk Youth Elite as well as playing with his high school for summer league ball.
No offers or interest have come yet for the 2020 prospect.
He called his 3-point shot, defense and his ability to block shots his biggest strengths. He’s looking to continue to further his dribbling and his confidence with bringing the ball down the court.
Quietly sound, D’Ali may be long and skinny, but he scores in bunches. As he increases his strength and all-around ability, he’ll be more than just a shooter at the high school level. D’Ali knows what he needs to get to where he wants to be. Now it is time to put in the work.