Lo, who also spent some academic/basketball time at at Monsignor McClancy High School in Queens and Martin Luther King High School in New York City, was a big factor for Port Chester last season for head coach Derek Vincent. Lo averaged over 16 points a game and made some progress in his individual game.
"I spent a lot of time trying to work on my jumper and also on my ballhandling," Lo said.
Mohammed said he has already unofficially visited South Florida, is open in his recruiting process. He has seriously expressed interest in Toledo as well as Rhode Island and Manhattan.
He has mentioned St. John's in previous interviews but how high on the list he is with the Red Storm will only be determined in how he improves this season.
Lo made appearances at the second session of the Eastern Invitational Camp in early July as well as competing for the New England Playaz AAU team.