6ft 10″ Forward Kavell Bigby-Williams showed to be the most dominant big man at the first DENGTOP50 climbing to the No.3 spot putting on an impressive display as the camp progressed.
The starting Power Forward for the U20 Great Britain squad is a monster in the paint on both ends of the floor which was reflected by being the only player to notch up a double double on the camp with an eye catching 11.50 PPG, 10.83 RPG and 3.12 BPG in just over 23 minutes per game.
Bigby-Williams was coached for the 3-days by Luol’s high school coach Joe Mantegna who was very impressed with how he can affect the game of both ends of the floor.
“I remember Kavell from Deng Camp 2013 and the level he has got to in just one year is outstanding. He has better footwork, better touch and rebounds on both ends of the floor which has completely elevated his game. His motor has also improved with his skill-set where I really feel Kavell is a high major athlete with a high major ceiling.”
Kavell is currently playing at Gillette College (JuCo) in the US where is averaging 10.2 PPG & 8.6 RPG on 61% FG.
Full game tape is available on request.
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