Posted On: 11/19/18 5:20 PM
Some would say that the art of the mid-range pull-up jump shot has been diluted over the years as more teams revolve their offense around 3-pointers and layups, nothing else.
Chinguun Ganbold, who is now in his senior year at W.T. Woodson High School, is a guard that still keeps the mid-range pull-up in his back pocket as it compliments his crossover well, leaving defenders on edge. He also has the ability to finish around the basket, giving him multiple options to work with.
Check out highlights of Ganbold from the 2018 summer here.
To take his game to the next level prior to the start of his final high school campaign, Ganbold has been zeroing in on his physical attributes.
“I’ve definitely been working on my body trying to get stronger,” Ganbold said. ‘Trying to lose some of the baby fat that I have, and I am trying to get more explosive as well as conditioning.”
Ganbold has several Division III schools interested in his game. As of now, he will be keeping his options open and plans to make a decision on his collegiate destination later in the season.
Ganbold is confident in the W.T. Woodson roster, as it returns three starters including him. They will definitely have the opportunity to run the table if they make an appearance in the post-season.