Each and every time Phenom Hoop Report gets to report or sees a commitment from a player we have seen over the years, it is always a fantastic day.  It is great to see players achieve their goal to play at the next level and it is such a great accomplishment for that player.

Here is the latest commitment.

Player: Jordan Wildly
Class: 2021
Committed to: Iona

What the Player Said:

Q: Huge congrats your way!  What is it like to have the decision behind you now?

Wildy: It feels great to have it behind me and knowing that in the next year, I will be moving on to something very big and will play for a very great coach.

Q: What made Iona the place for you in the end?

Wildy: Just the coaching staff making me a priority and showing consistent interest in me.

Q: How did you inform the staff and what did they say when you told them?

Wildy: I informed them over zoom call with the whole coach staff.

Q: How do they think they can use you at their program?

Wildy: They said they could use me at the 3 and the 4 positions and be a pick and pop type of prospect, as well as protect the rim.

Q: Whats going to be your focus now with your game?

Wildy: My focus is to put on more weight and increasing my ball-handling.

What Was Said by Phenom Hoops:

“Wildy just continues to expand his game, which makes him a scary prospect.  He already has the length and gets after it on both ends of the floor, showing his timing to for put-back dunks.  Wildy though continues to expand his game to the perimeter to make him a double-threat offensively.” – Patrick O’Brien

“Jordan is a prospect that we got to see a lot this past season as he was with Moravian Prep’s national team before announcing his transfer to Winston-Salem Christian to play with Coach Antonio Lowe. At Moravian, Wildy saw his role change throughout the year, going from basically a reserve at the start of the season to an impact guy during their title run in the Phenom HoopState Championship. He showcased the kind of skillset people are looking for in modern day forwards by shooting the ball and protecting the rim.” – Miles Masercola