Goodluck Okonoboh has attended four pressure packed national events in the last three weeks. His run wrapped up with an appearance at the Adidas Invitational this past weekend in Indianapolis, where he played with his Massachusetts Rivals AAU team. “He was at Under Armour Camp, then the Amare Stoudamire camp, then the LeBron James Skills Academy and this was his fourth straight deal,” said Mass Rivals coach Vincent Pastore. “For Goodluck, this is his summer. This is his year. He is a late bloomer as a top prospect in the country. For some kids who have been doing this for two or three years, maybe the buzz would die down. Okonoboh is a 6-10, 220-pound post player from Boston’s Wilbraham & Monson Academy. He is one of the fastest rising prospects in the 2014 class, ranking No. 19 overall, as the No. 3 center and the No. 1 player in Massachusetts by 247Sports.com.
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