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We talked a lot about the Jared Terrell explosion at the National Prep Showcase but Noah Vonleh Proved why he is the number 1 player in New Englands 2014 class. In one of his games Noah Hit 4 of 5 three pointers showing a much improved shooting range then he had in the past. While Jared terroriozed defenses with the ball in his hand, Vonleh controlled the paint on both sides of the court. His 7'4 wing span allows him to rebound with anyone in the country and score off of second chance baskets without demanding the ball. Vonleh was a few rebounds short of a 20+ point and rebound double-double that he is capable of every night. Its very hard for even the elite players in the class of 2014 to compete with him because of his potential, at 6'7 and 16 years old many believe he is not finished growing
* Noah Reportedly Picked Up Offers from Auburn and West Virginia from his performance at National Prep Showcase per a source, working to confirm this.
Noah Vonleh has been widely regarded as a top 10 player in the class of 2014, but his play at the National Prep Showcase put him the conversation for the top sophomore in the country. He's currently ranked #2 by Rivals and #6 by ESPN and Scout. Vonleh is a 6'7 forward with great range (he went 5 for 6 from long range in his second game at the NPS), a developing handle, and a very good frame.-CLHTV.COM
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