Posted On: 06/8/20 12:00 PM

Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, AAU/Grasroots Travel Basketball has been cancelled through the month of July and has significantly altered the college basketball recruiting landscape. With no physical, on-court action this summer, we are left to imagine how this travel season would have played out. In part two of this segment, we take a look at five 2021 West Virginia prospects who were poised for breakout summers.

 

Sam AlajikiSamAlajiki6'7" | SFSt. Benedict's | 2021StateNJ- 6’7” SF

There isn’t a more intriguing 2021 prospect in WV than Alajiki. Since coming to America in January, Sam already holds 3 Divison I offers from Montana State, North Carolina A&T and Oral Roberts, but I expected him to rack up the offers during AAU. The 6’7” wing possesses great length and is very smooth. Although I only saw him play once during the year, I have been fortunate enough to watch multiple full games of his on the internet. Already possessing the ability to slash, make jumpers off the catch or off the dribble, rebound, and defend multiple positions (2-4). Since I saw him play in person, his confidence went through the roof and he looked much more comfortable playing American basketball. Alajiki is unselfish and

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