Guys don't have the motor this kid does. He brings it and that's a calling card of his. His energy and ability to hawk the ball puts him in position to be a play maker at both ends. He attacks the basket off the catch or the dribble, actively moves without the ball, can create some space in the mid-range area, and has a fairly strong body to finish plays around the rim.
Okoro wants to play in attack mode all the time and that is both a strength and a weakness of his. He must continue to develop his overall ball-skills with special emphasis paid to his ball-handling. He tends to shoot it off balance and that is often times comes in correlation to his overall shot selection, but that is definitely another area for him to address.
He already has high-major suitors but may be best suited by upper echelon mid-major unless he turns the corner with his skill set. Style of play needs to factor into his decision.
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