2022 MacDuffie (MA) point guard Timmy Fasehun has been hearing a lot from coaches lately.
The 6-foot point guard has an offer from Utah Valley and has heard from the likes of Princeton, Bryant, Saint Peters and Harvard.
Bryant plans on welcoming him to campus once the NCAA allows student-athletes back on campus, and a couple more visits could happen as well.
So far, the coaches recruiting him have said that they like his, “high IQ, playmaking and my ability to make people around me better.” He’s made the decision to take that level of play to MacDuffie next season in hopes to improve as a player and get a good education.
“Playing at MacDuffie will give me a chance to play at one of the highest levels of high school basketball,” he said. “The NEPSAC is one of the strongest conference in high school basketball and the competition is some of the best you can get.”
“Also, it will prepare me for college basketball. My mindset at heading into my new environment is play and work hard 100-percent of the time, do everything I’m asked by from coach Patterson, and overall just play my game. If I do all three, I know everything will fall into place.”
So far, in preparation for his jump to the NEPSAC, Fasehun is working hard on his game. He’s in the gym everyday and working on his all around game.
“I want to get my body college ready and become more athletic,” he said. “I also want to make my shot even more consistent.”