August 20, 2006
Cats in the hunt for Chicago forward?
Is it possible to be the No. 26 prospect in the country and still be vastly underrated? Boys to Men Academy coach Loren Jackson thinks so. Jackson coaches Nayal Koshwal, one of the summer's fastest rising stars, and he says people haven't seen the Chicago native's best yet.
"I have Craig Brackins on my team," explained Jackson. "He is No. 17 and Mac is 26, but there is no comparison. (Brackins) is a talented kid, he's 6-10, he's smooth, he can shoot the three, but he wants no part of the lane. 'Mac' (Koshwal) is inside-out. He can really put it on the floor and get past 6-5, 6-6 guys at 6-foot-9. He's a three-four. He's going to be a face-up four type of guy."
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