Posted On: 10/29/19 4:22 PM

West Oaks always has athletes that have huge upside and potential.

Zainudeen “Moh” Sabiu is a 2022 6’8″, 220-pounder who came over to the program in August.

Sabiu moved to the United States in January to play basketball and study. Originally at Texas Christian, he made the move to Orlando to play alongside 2022 forward Fray Nguimbi, who is from the Congo.

He has since earned offers from Southeastern Louisiana, Stetson, Louisiana Monroe and Edward Waters.

Sabiu has big things planned for his sophomore season with his new squad.

“I’m looking forward to developing my play at the highest level of basketball every day,” Sabiu told Prep Hoops. “I think West Oaks is the best school for that.”

He says that college coaches who have watched him and offered him since joining West Oaks love how energetic he plays, his defense and how he dunks the ball hard.

In terms of his top strengths, Sabiu pointed to his blocking, dunking and rebounding. He says he is currently working on his 3-point shot, mid-range jumper and overall ballhandling. 

A perfect fit for West Oaks, this is a strong and lengthy kid who simply loves to contribute wherever he can. Sabiu gives this team, even more, to work with as they look to contend for an SIAA title. Look for Sabiu to have a very steady sophomore year as a difference-maker on both ends of the floor.