"He hasn't made any decision (in regards to a possible commitment to DePaul)," said OSNA assistant coach Eric Jaklitsch.
Akol, from the Sudan, had a solid season for OSNA. He showed the ability to score from the perimeter as well as deliver points around the rim.
Jaklitsch and the OSNA staff have done a nice job in allowing Teeng to progress in his individual game.
BRIAN TOWEY'S VIEW OF TEENG AKOL'S INDIVIDUAL GAME: After arriving in the States in October of 2005 from the Sudan via Egypt, Akol has settled into the American game for coach Ron Stelzer at OSNA, showing a deft shooting and passing touch out of the high post. He is a skilled big man whose versatility has him ensconced on the high major radar.
WHAT OSNA ASSISTANT COACH ERIC JAKLITSCH SAYS ABOUT TEENG AKOL: College coaches like that he's a face-up four man, that he's pretty skilled. He's a high post guy that can step out, pop out, and shoot the ball well, and can score with his back to the basket. He can also pass the ball a bit.