Baylor and Temple pull three-star power forwards

A busy day of commitments continued on Sunday as Temple and Baylor scored with three-star power forwards. Temple's came from the current Rivals150.
We'll start with the action in the City of Brotherly Love. Head coach Fran Dunphy and the Owls staff wanted to land a potential difference maker in the frontcourt, and they look to have found him in power forward Obi Enechionyia.
An athletic 6-foot-8 four man at the St. James (Md.) School, Enechionyia ranks No. 117 in the Rivals150.
Enechionyia runs the floor very well, and he is bouncy around the rim. He is a bit inconsistent and must get stronger, but he has huge upside for the Owls.
Enechionyia confirmed his commitment with
"Loved the coaching staff and team," Enechionyia told "Great campus, and they stuck with me since the beginning of my recruitment."
Meanwhile, in Waco, three-star power forward T.J. Maston made his second visit to see Scott Drew and the Bears in the past few weeks. This time, he got a scholarship offer and wasted little time committing.
A 6-foot-7 four man from DeSoto (Texas) High, Maston came on strong during July while playing for Team Texas Elite.
He has a good frame that will easily carry more weight, he is fundamentally sound, and he is a crafty interior scorer. What he does particularly well is step out to make 12-foot jumpers from either baseline.
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