Family First AAU player Emmanuel Mudiay finds his strongest suit in offense and the ability to score.
"My offense is strongest, but I am improving on defense," said Mudiay.
Having that strong foundation of offensive skills leads him to believe he could evolve to become similar to Dwayne Wade.
"He can shoot at times that are necessary and does it most of the time," said Mudiay.
This 6-foot-4 guard's averages include 13 points, 6 assists and 6 rebounds a game.
His dream list of teams he would play for include Texas, Arizona and Kentucky.
These teams along with others will be able to witness Mudiay's talent at multiple camps this summer including Nike Top 100, Pangos All-American, Under Armour and Lebron's King Academy.
Mudiay is looking forward to the recruiting process ahead and will keep his options open for awhile.
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