Kid looks like a real player. Looks like he could use a few pounds if he were to move to the 4, but if he stayed at the small forward spot at the next level, could be a defensive nightmare for opposing players.The senior-to-be at Omaha Bryan is drawing heavy recruiting attention playing for a summer league basketball team that also features two Division I recruits and another player who has pledged to play football at Nebraska.
Doluony already holds offers from Wisconsin-Green Bay, Youngstown State, North Dakota and Bowling Green State. The 6-foot-7, 175-pounder is also getting strong interest from Indiana State and has heard from Nevada.
He's come into his own for the Nebraska Bison Red team that also features Iowa State recruit Wes Eikmeier of Fremont Bergan, Colorado State recruit Jesse Carr of Ainsworth and Nebraska football recruit John Levorson of Crete.
Doluony averaged 11.8 points and 4.8 rebounds and blocked nine shots at the recent Kentucky Hoopfest in Louisville. In one game, he went 4 of 4 from the field and 11 of 11 from the foul line. He shot better than 40 percent from 3-point range in each of Bison Red's first three tournaments.
As do I...as do I. The sweet thing is I'll get to watch him and give updates all season over here in Omaha. I'll keep everyone updated.I really like this get. Being that he's only 16/17 years old, odds are he still has some growth left in him. An article recently said he had a 6'10" wingspan and that's huge. Some centers don't have that wingspan.