Posted On: 02/23/21 10:29 AM

As the BCL regular season winds down and the city tournament approaches, our fourth article on the city’s top players features four forwards with loads of potential. Here are their evaluations: 

Jalen Bing-Wallace | South Boston | 6’5” | Forward | 2021

Bing-Wallace is a long, physical front court player, who’s just scratched the surface on his potential. He’s a double-double machine, who uses his strength and length to score, rebound, and bother shots inside, but he’s also shown flashes of perimeter skills. He can handle, push it himself, find open teammates, and while he may not be a reliable shooter yet, his stroke is solid and he has soft touch. He also gets low and moves his feet well against opposing guards. If his perimeter skills and athleticism continue to develop, I think he could become a dangerous wing, with a ton of versatility. Earlier this season, he put up 14 points and 15 rebounds in a win, and last season, he had a game with 16 points, 18 rebounds, and 12 blocks.  

Mohamud Ali | Latin Academy | 6’3” | Forward | 2021

Ali is a shooter, slasher, and standout defender, who

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