2011 Forward Has Several D-1s Interested

Reporter Mike Sullivan provides a free look at the individual game of Ryan McCoy, a promising prospect from the state of New Jersey. McCoy already has early interest in his skill level ...

Team NJABC head coach Matt Pauls speaks very highly of Ryan McCoy, a 6-foot-6, 180-pound forward from Montgomery High School in the state of New Jersey. Pauls believes McCoy will make a promising division one college basketball player because of his size and skill level.

McCoy, who is coming off a solid college team camp at St. Joseph's in Philadephia, Penn, possesses a nice frame and the ability to score points from several spots on the floor.

WHAT MATT PAULS SAYS ABOUT RYAN MCCOY'S INDIVIDUAL GAME:

Because of his size and his ability to score points on many parts of the floor, college coaches are interested.

"He's only going to be a junior next Fall. So he has some time to make even more progress in his game. I expect him to become a better player because he's a hard worker.

He's emerging as one of the better players in the area from his class. He can play the wing position. He is one of the best pure shooters in the 2011 class (New Jersey).

SCHOOLS OF INTEREST:

Ivy League programs, Patriot League schools are monitoring McCoy, who is a very good student. We previously reported that Fairfield, Cornell, Robert Morris, and Davidson had shown some interest too.


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