Video: Noah Vonleh highlights vs. Huntington Prep

Though he was plagued by foul trouble throughout — and eventually fouled out late in the game on Sunday — Noah Vonleh still impacted his New Hampton Prep (N.H.) team’s 55-47 loss to Huntington (W.V.) in the Spalding Hoop Hall Classic to the tune of nine points, five boards and one assist.

A look at his highlights from the game below:

  • http://www.facebook.com/bsaalfrank Brandon Scott

    in what was apparently a bad game for him he still looks like a stud. can’t wait to have him in candy stripes next year!

  • Evansville Hoosier

    His form looks perfect… Bottom line, I think he basically comes in next year as an upgrade to C-Wat. I love C-Wat and I can almost guarantee Watford is a better shooter (midrange, 3 point and free throws included), that may be the only thing–although shooting is a big thing, basketball is about scoring–that C-Wat is better at. Vonleh will come in and immediately provide rebounding, energy, strong inside play, solid defense and will be effective on offense. It’s too bad he can’t be here this year, I feel like he is the piece we are missing.

    Still, can’t wait for Vonleh to suit up next year. A lot of freshman struggle their first year, but he seems NBA ready now. I don’t expect him to have much of a hiccup in the transition to the college game at all. Bright future with the Hoosiers.

  • Tokkme5

    He has all the skills…..good handle, nice shooting form, can go up in traffic, can rebound and I think he will be a good off ball shot blocker. The kid is a top 10 talent. He will start from day 1.

  • Tokkme5

    He has all the skills…..good handle, nice shooting form, can go up in traffic, can rebound and I think he will be a good off ball shot blocker. The kid is a top 10 talent. He will start from day 1.

  • Miamihoosier

    Next year is going to be extremely difficult to win the Big Ten. If OSU loses Thomas and Michigan loses Burke it will even the playing field a bit, but Purdue and Iowa will be much better. Woodbury and Hammonds are going to be very good 4 year centers that cause the whole league problems. Outside of Will, Yogi, and Noah, no one knows who our other two starters will be, and it doesn’t seem that far fetched to say it could be two of the freshman. I’ve been pretty disappointed with Jeremy Hollowell so far. For this team to compete at the top next year, he has to get better….I still think he is just one break out game away from getting the confidence he needs to to be a factor on this team. 2014 might surpass this year as far as anticipation, talent, and results (assuming Vonleh plays 2 yrs)…..but I think next season will be a bumpy ride..

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