UConn scores 2015 four-star

THE LIST: Class of 2015 Rivals150
The Connecticut Huskies are on the board with a four-star prospect in the class of 2015.
Monday afternoon, the nation's No. 75 player in the junior class Prince Ali committed to Kevin Ollie and the Huskies.
One of the most athletic players in the country, the product of Weston (Fla.) Sagemont felt a strong bond with Ollie according to his older brother Sayed.
"Kevin Ollie has been recruiting him personally since he was a sophomore," Sayed Ali told "He believes in Prince and just let Prince know that he has his best interest at heart."
A fantastic open court player, Ali has worked hard to improve his perimeter game. During the summer he showed steadied jump shooting and more patience off the dribble to go along with his transition finishing.
But, that athleticism is a major strength that should allow Ali to develop into a good scorer and versatile wing. At least that's what the Huskies are banking on.
"K.O. is recruiting Prince to come in and be a scorer and multipurpose wing," said Ali's brother.
A native of New York who moved to Florida shortly before the start of his high school career, Ali is UConn's first commitment from the class of 2015.
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