West Oaks Academy is loaded. The perennial Florida powerhouse has been pumping out D1's on the regular, most recently Rutgers' star Corey Sanders. Continuing the tradition, they have a high major backcourt of Sylvain Francisco and LJ Figeroa. Franscisco's backup at point hasn't even reached high school yet, though. Meet AJ Neal.
Blessed with a great frame, AJ Neal (2021) had no problem coming in and controlling the game against the competition, some who were five years older than him. He made solid decisions, always had his head up, and got to the paint when the opportunity presented itself. We didn't get a chance to see a ton of the talented youngster with as hot as Sylvain Francisco was, but in his limited minutes, you could see why he was playing up with one of Florida's finest programs.
Stay tuned for more updates from the Hoop MIA "Warmup".