Wake Forest finds post help

Sunday began with a flurry of Rivals150 commitments so it was only fitting that it end with one. Four-star Isaac Haas did the honors.
A massive 7-foot-2 space eater from Piedmont (Ala.) Hokes Bluff who currently ranks No. 58 nationally, Haas chose Jeff Bzdelik and Wake Forest after a weekend official visit.
"So after a long time of thinking and enjoying my visits," Haas tweeted to the world. "I have this gut feeling and heart warming effect.
"I have decided to commit to Wake Forest and coach Bzdelik and I am now a Demon Deacon."
Obviously, Haas' size jumps out immediately. He isn't just 7-foot-2, he is 7-foot-2 with a strong frame, long arms and a pretty sizable mean streak in him.
When given the opportunity to set up in the low post and fed the ball, Haas has proven to be a very reliable low post scorer. He has strong and powerful hands that he uses to secure rebounds and nobody is going to push him out of the way.
Moving forward, Haas will need to continue to work on his quickness and reactions. But, patience is required with young big men and there is no doubt that Bzdelik's NBA experience will work to his advantage in understanding how to use a rare big man who has the type of size and potential that Haas does.
Haas is the second four-star prospect to pick Wake in the class of 2014. He joins point guard Shelton Mitchell who currently ranks No. 75 nationally.