FIBA u17: Aussie Sam Froling wants follow siblings and play college basketball

ZARAGOZA, Spain -- One of the players college players focused on at the FIBA u17 World Championships was 2018 power forward Sam Froling, who had a brother sign with SMU this past year.

Evaluation Notes:

Due to his brother, Harry Froling, and two sisters playing college basketball in the United States, coaches watching the FIBA u17 World Championships spent quite a bit of time evaluation Sam Froling.

A native of Australia. Froling stands 6-foot-9 and is built much differently than his older brother. The younger Froling has a slight frame with decent length. While their physical makeup differs, they have similar feel and basketball IQ. Froling is a talented passer, is equipped with good hands and touch around the basket, and he's also able to step away from the rim for jump shots.

Through three games in the World Championships, Froling is averaging 12.3 points and 8.7 rebounds a game. He's connected on both of his three-point field goals.  

Schools Discussed In The Video:

ArizonaTCU and Texas

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