June 3, 2008
Udofia to trim his list soon
It has been pointed out already that Georgia is loaded with top basketball talent in 2009. But most of the talk revolves around the big men in the state. With two top of the top fifty players in the nation, the point guard position is also well represented. One of these is Mfon Udofia, who is the top rated guard in the state.
The four star guard had a great season last year, leading his team to the final four. But he was not satisfied with his performance.
"I had 25 points, 6 assists, and 3 steals per game last year," said Udofia. "I think I played pretty well but we did not win state so my goals are not met."
The fifth best point guard in the nation has a lot of talent, but his best attributes may not be seen in the stat column.
"I am best at playing defense and being a team leader. Whether it's my summer team or high school, I try to lead whatever team I am on."
He wants to polish his game before taking it to the next level.
"I want to improve my mid range because mostly right now I either shoot the three or take it to the basket."
Udofia is now involved with AAU ball, which has its differences with high school play.
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