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Strengths:Niang is a highly skilled four-man who can score both inside and out. He is a throwback low-post player with exceptional footwork and a wide arsenal of offensive moves featuring every pivot and counter move in the book as well as a soft touch over either shoulder. Niang is equally dangerous on the perimeter as he has picture perfect shooting mechanics and is a very dangerous catch and shoot threat all the way out to the three-point line.Weaknesses:Niang's physical tools are far from ideal as he has a fairly soft body and limited conditioning. While he needs to tighten his frame and improve his conditioning, he may never be the type of player that can see more than 25 minutes in a college game. He plays almost exclusively under the rim during the course of the game, unless totally uncontested, is somewhat limited defensively, and rarely rebounds outside of his area.Bottom Line:Niang's ceiling is limited by his lack of physical tools but he couldn't be much more skilled than he already is at his position and projects as a very effective college basketball player at the proper level.
-Georges Niang has seen his recruitment on an uptick as he continues to produce, no matter what the competition is he faces.“I’m hearing from a lot of high major programs right now,” replied Niang to a message asking what colleges he is hearing from in his recruitment. “I have offers from Iowa, Iowa State, George Mason, Northeastern, Siena,Providence, Rhode Island [and] UMass. I have been hearing from Alabama, Seton Hall, Oklahoma, Charlotte[and] Texas A&M.”
Georges Niang continues to list PC as a favorite, along with Iowa, Iowa State, Miami, Texas A&M, and Charlotte.
C-Pip's right. About EVERYTHING.
Right now, Niang is considering Charlotte, Iowa, Iowa State, Miami (FL), Michigan, Oklahoma, Providence and Texas A&M.[/size]
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