Hawks Guard Likely To Rejoin Team Soon

Reporter Mike Sullivan Discusses Sean Kilpatrick's value to the Westchester Hawks AAU program ...

LAKE BUENA VISTA, FLORIDA -- While the Westchester Hawks try to win some basketball games in pool player here inside the Milk House on the grounds of the Wide World of Sports complex, head coach Bob Rizzo awaits the arrival of Sean Kilpatrick, his 6-foot-4, 190-pound power guard.

"He brings a lot to our team when we have him," Rizzo said last night. "He helps us create mismatches. We are more of a versatile team in making the matchups we want."

Sean is expected to arrive either today or tomorrow here at Disney World. The Hawks have another pool game this afternoon before the Super Showcase for 17 and under playoffs begin. We will have complete coverage on this site.

College coaches are here in force too. Representatives from Clemson, Virginia Tech, St. John's, Rutgers, Syracuse, etc were on hand yesterday to watch several players from the Hawks basketball program. Many of these schools mentioned also have been recruiting and watching the progress of Kilpatrick's game.

It's a big event for the 2008 prospect. He's strong enough and skilled enough to be a solid college basketball player. Rizzo is waiting for him to arrive. It will give his team a chance to win more games here inside the Milk House.

"He's a big part of our team," Rizzo said.


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