ESPN's Joel Francisco recaps last weekend's final session of the Nike EYBL in Oakland, Calif., and makes mention of two locals who impressed during the session -- Cushing Academy's Andrew Chrabascz, a Portsmouth, R.I. resident, and Vermont Academy's Dominic Woodson.
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Below is an excerpt of Francisco's breakdown of the two:
Dominic Woodson (Austin, Texas/Vermont Academy)
2013, C, 6-9, 265 pounds
Woodson is a physical specimen with long arms, good hands and excellent feet. He uses his strong physique to finish over his left shoulder and his touch is excellent. He rebounds in traffic and can fill the lane as well.
Andrew Chrabascz (Portsmouth, R.I./Cushing Academy)
2013, PF, 6-7, 225 pounds
When describing Chrabascz, the first description that comes to mind is blue-collar madness. He is a physical, imposing power forward with a nice first step to the rim from the elbow. He has a knack of scoring inside 15 feet and can finish with either hand. It’s not surprising that the whole Atlantic 10 is on him and he is getting interest from South Carolina and Notre Dame.
Francisco also suggests that Woodson could be headed to national powerhouse Findlay Prep, in Henderson, Nev., next season.