Killeya-Jones breaks out at UA Invitational
A breakout performer from the Under Armour Invitational was Sacha Killeya-Jones, a 6-foot-8 power forward out of Woodberry Forest (Va.) School. Playing with Team Felton, Killeya-Jones impressed with his activity level, mobility and approach to the game. Killeya-Jones was aggressive inside, looked to dunk everything at the rim and showed some offense. "I'm just trying to develop my all around play so I can play a little on the wing, but still have a post game and also just be a defender and protect the rim," Killeya-Jones explained to Scout.com. Just a 2016 recruit, Killeya-Jones is a sleeper on the national scene, but won't be for long, as he has the look of a future top 100 prospect and high major recruit. Killeya-Jones currently has early scholarship offers from Charlotte, Loyola Maryland and Houston Baptist. "It's definitely early," Killeya-Jones told Scout.com about his recruitment. "I just want to visit as many schools as possible and play as well as I can and get as many schools interested in me as possible, so I have some good options." To go with his three offers, Killeya-Jones said he's heard from VCU, Virginia, North Carolina, Pittsburgh and Richmond. He said he's taken unofficial visits to VCU, UVa and North Carolina.
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