East Coast Prospect Has Solid D-1 Interest

Reporter Mike Sullivan provides a free look at the individual game of East Coast prospect Jabril Trawick, who had a successful summer competing for Team Phenom ...

Jabril Trawick, a 6-foot-4, 186-pound shooting guard/small forward from Abington Friends School in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, showed the ability to score and rebound effectively over the summer, increasing the interest in his skill level by division one college basketball programs.

Trawick, who played with the Team Phenom AAU boy's basketball program at several AAU events, has been receiving early serious interest from St. Francis, Stony Brook, Penn, Hartford, Drexel, and Xavier of Ohio.

Trawick [reviously scored 24 points and grabbed 20 rebounds in an Midnight Madness extravaganza held in Chester, Penn, obviously indicating the ability to be an impact player on both ends of the court.

In addition, Jabril produced 27 points to help his team, The Brotherhood, win the 17 and under championship in the Mill Creek Summer League.

IMPORTANT SUMMER AAU ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

Jabril had a great start during the July evaluation period, helping Paul Gripper's AAU team win the 16 and under championship at the Reebok summer event in New Jersey.

AREA TO IMPROVE:

Jabril has been working on the ability to knock down the medium range jumper, giving him more versatility in his offensive game.


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