"Playing with the 17's was a little different, but I feel I got a lot better by playing on that team," said Ojeleye. "The summer was very good overall."
He continued, "The EYBL league was crazy. Every game was like a championship game. It was fun, a lot of fun."
One of the criticisms of Ojeleye in the past had been he didn't use his 6-foot-6 and 215 pound frame to dominate. Now he knows what he has to do, and is doing a good job of it.
"I have been more aggressive and that is when I am at my best," said Ojeleye. "I was doing a better job of getting to the bucket and using my strength and athleticism."
During the month of July Ojeleye noticed that two schools in particular were tracking him very closely.
While Ojeleye is in no hurry to make any kind of college decision, he does know what factor will separate one school from the rest.
"I am looking for a good relationship with the head coach," said Ojeleye. "That is going to be the most important thing for me."
Currently Ojeleye is rated as the No. 71 player in the country and the No. 16 small forward.