2014 guard Ahmaad Rorie has been putting up crazy numbers this year for Clover Park High School. Rorie has been making the competition look easy along side with his teammate, 2014 David Crisp. The Pac-12 and other colleges around the nation have taken notice to Rorie.
Most kids don’t have the killer mentality on the court these days. Rorie is a kid who has a certain swagger on the court. The 6-foot-1 guard doesn’t back down from anyone and can hurt the opposition in many ways. With room to grow, it will be interesting to see where Rorie’s recruiting takes him.
What a coach would be getting out of the young star, is a player who can score in different ways. Although Rorie is young, his body is developed to draw contact and finish in the lane. Rorie can shoot it from mid-range to the three point line if need be. You can teach defense but not some of the offensive skills Rorie displays.
The colleges that are recruiting Rorie are Washington, Gonzaga, Detroit, Washington State, Cal, California Santa Barbara, Iowa, Boise State, and Seattle U. There will be plenty more schools involved in the next couple years
Last year Clover Park won the 2A state championship. They are the favorite to win it again this year behind Rorie and Crisp. The competition isn’t the best in the state at the 2A level. Once spring gets here and Rorie joins his Northwest Panthers AAU team, the real test will begin. The Panthers will travel in the spring and summer to play against the best competition in the nation.
Left Coast Recruiting will be giving the most up to date news on Rorie’s recruiting info.