Posted On: 01/3/20 10:03 AM

iSchool’s national team brought newly formed core 4 to the metroplex for an exciting night. The cougars' loaded roster walked away with a seven point victory, 59-52. During the close win, these six prospects shined the brightest.

Kylen Milton came up big all game long. The 6-4 guard runs an offense in a pinch. He’s quick enough to penetrate the paint from the pick and roll. He gets to the foul line and converts each trip at a high rate knocking down nine free throws on the night. He showed his athleticism with a huge dunk to end the game.

Ibrahima Jarjou is a physically imposing big man. Jarjou flexed his athleticism clearing any shot unlucky enough to fly past him. He blocked a dunk attempt that would have sent social media into a frenzy. He plays with a high motor and intriguing level of versatility. His jumper needs a lot of work but anyone with the physical gifts and skill he showed last night could carve out space for himself at the next level.

Nelson Mbongo is the muscle on the block. He plays as an undersized four with a high motor. All night he played as

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