Qudos Wahab is a consensus top 30 player in the country for his class. Last March, he participated in the 2nd Annual Virginia Top 80 and didn't disappoint. He is one of the top big men in his class and hasn't even reached his full potential, which is rather scary for opposing teams. In the first game of the Phenom Joe Miller, Wahab put on a rebounding clinic. Using his enormous wingspan, he corralled 16 rebounds and scored a modest seven points, not to mention blocking three shots.

Currently, Wahab sports offers from Clemson and Virginia Tech of the ACC and that list will grow rapidly from his recent play.' Wahab has all the physical tools to be an elite level player at the collegiate level.' However, he has an abundance of intangibles that scouts and college coaches will salivate over. Wahag competes on every possession and we were impressed with his motor and overall desire Simply put, he plays with tremendous passion.

While Wahab is still young and in the development stage, it is clear he is has even come close to his overall potential. He has good hands and nifty footwork in the post, but his presence as a rim protector will be his greatest calling card. We were impressed with his ability to maximize his length/reach by holding his arms straight up in the air. In addition, Wahab plays passionately on both ends of the court and runs the floor well and in our viewing even sprinted back on defense. Again, it's his intangibles along with his athletic frame that will make him one of the most coveted players in his class.

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