Earlier this week, several Connecticut prospects stood out at the first two days of LeBron James Skills Academy. Over the last two days, New Hampton (N.H.) product and Haverhill native Noah Vonleh has elevated his game.
Vonleh is currently ranked the No. 4 overall player in the Class of 2014 by ESPNU. In 2011, Vonleh made ESPN Boston's inaugural All-State Team as a sophomore before transferring to New Hampton and reclassifying to the 2014 class.
Below are excerpts of what the national folks had to say about Vonleh after Day 3:
Noah Vonleh (Haverhill Mass./New Hampton Prep)
2014, PF, 6-8, 230 pounds
Vonleh continues to display a wide range of versatility. He is a tremendous rebounder, especially on the offensive end, thanks to his athleticism and determination to hit the glass. Offensively, he can post up, create fouls by driving on his man or knock down a midrange jumper. Overall, he displayed a well-rounded game that is only getting better.
And Day 4:
Noah Vonleh (Haverhill, Mass./New Hampton)
2013, PF, 6-8, 220 pounds
If someone wanted to make the argument that he had the best week of camp, it could be done. There wasn’t a forward in attendance with more pure game. His versatility stems from his ability to rebound, run, knock down 3s and compete. He does a lot of different things and does them well. He unfurls in traffic for rebounds he has no business snatching.