"He has done a great job, giving us energy and strength in the paint," said Hart. "He's working real hard to improve all parts of his game."
Tsafack is expected to compete with the Albany City Rocks, starting Friday at the Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando, Florida. The Rocks will be trying to land the title in the 17 and under category at the Super Showcase. Most of the games will be played in the Milk House.
PREVIOUSLY THOUGHTS BY ALBANY CITY ROCKS AAU HEAD COACH JIM HART:
"He's already got an NBA body. He is a great offensive rebounder. He is so strong. He's certainly going to be a very good division one college basketball player. When he makes a mistake, he tends to let it affect him for the next three or four possessions.
"I would like to see him is just shake it off, forget about it, and focus on the next possession. If he is able to do this, his consistency level will rise and he'll become a more productive player."