Player Recaps: Miami Country Day v. Kinston

Miami Country Day

6'8 '17 Ibrahim Doumbia: The South Carolina commit proved his worth on both ends of the floor against Kinston. Offensively, he is an imposing force with superb athleticism, often just bullying the opposition around the rim. Doumbia is easily the best athlete on the floor and he protects the rim really well for a non-center. Final stats: 25 points, 12 rebounds and 4 blocks

6'2 '18 Mick Lynott: The newest stud to emerge from Miami Country Day is the bushy-haired point guard. He is tough and plays under control, able to stop on a dime and pull-up at any given time. Lynott is a team-first player and has shown a really unselfish approach to the game, as he gets teammates involved constantly. Final stats: 20 points, 6 assists and 2 steals


6'4 '19 Damian Dunn: All the tools are evident with the highly rated Dunn; he affects the game in numerous ways and creates exceptionally well for others. His scoring totals aren't massive, but he is really more of an all-purpose point guard, especially given his size. Dunn's size and vision make for a lethal combination that he utilizes often. Final stats: 9 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists

6'4 '18 Reginald Clark: The guy that did all the dirty work inside for Kinston was Clark, as he was pitted against Doumbia for much of the game and held his own. Clark worked the glass on both ends and was a solid defender, especially on weak-side rotations. He plays far bigger than his height would imply and had no trouble scoring among the trees inside. Final stats: 16 points and 3 rebounds.