The Runhouse-Hoops team has landed a top player in Ghana for the start of 2011. Enoch Borsah, 6′ 5″ swingman, from Tema is in camp and ready for action. Borsah is one of the top players in Ghana. Dominant on the wing and post he can give a team alot of options. We will be working with him for placement in the upcoming year.
This is a highlight clip of the gifted player.
UPDATE!!!: We are pleased to announce that Enoch Borsah has accepted a junior college scholarship. A press release will be posted later in the week with full details.
Former Cape Coast Hoops player Samuel Ouedraogo has accepted a scholarship today to the Technical Careers Institute (TCI) in New York City. TCI plays at the D1 level of the NJCAA.
The 6′ 8″ forward moved to the states last year and was scheduled to participate in our 2010 Showcase. Due to work commitments he could only attend the showcase prior to the 1st game but he did workout for a few coaches that morning. Coach Pernell Hosier of TCI took one look at the very active big man and knew he had a player. The next day “Big Sam” was at TCI talking to Coach Hosier about playinig for TCI this upcoming season. Says a source close to the player ”Sam is a very athletic and energtic post player that brings every thing he has to every play. He can dominate games at times and once he puts it all together he will be a force for TCI.”
Sam is a bit too old to play Div 1 after his career at TCI so we will be helping him find a good fit at the NAIA or Div 2 level.
For more information about this player or our Runhouse-Hoops Project in Ghana contact: Jack Whitehead, email@example.com
Chris Angsomwine, 6′ 9″ Forward, verbally commits to Oral Roberts University.
Kilgore, Texas - 6 October 2009 - Angsomwine has made the verbal commitment to become a student athlete at Oral Roberts University next season after completion of his Associates Degree at Kilgore Junior College. Angsomwine was one of the first players to come through our Runhouse-Hoops Project that we run in conjuction with Claudius Thompson of Cape Coast Hoops.
Sources close to the ORU staff think Chris Angsomwine has a chance to be a outstanding player in their system. He’s an athletic big guy that can run, has a good skill level and a strong body to defend and block shots. Chris has a tremendous upside. He is a great student and will be a great fit for the ORU campus & the Tulsa community