6’11 10th grader Bol Bol has been controlling both ends of the court for Bishop Miege HS (Near Kansas City, KS). With a rare combination of size, length, passing, shooting and ball-handling skills, 16 year old Bol is one of the nation’s most unique and versatile high school basketball talents. It could be argued he is his team’s top shooter, passer, rebounder, defender, shot-blocker and ball-handler (as a 6-11 10th grader). Now recognized as a top 15 player in the 2018 class, there’s no limit to where Bol can take his game. Currently holding early offers from New Mexico State, St John’s and Creighton, Bol’s list of college options will grow.
Bol who has grown up in Kansas is the son of the late Manute Bol who was a great NBA shot-blocker in the 1980s-90s as well as an activist and humantarian who dedicated much of his post-NBA life helping people of South Sudan in Africa.
Bishop Miege is playing in the 43rd Annual Harold Thomas Interstate Basketball Classic (Coffeyville, KS) against a cross section of the region’s (Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma) top public and private HS teams.
Enjoy this raw footage from Bishop Miege’s 81-57 opening round win in which Bol scored a game-high 22 before exiting (to lead all scorers).
Thanks to Shanna Brown and everyone at Field Kindley High School and the 43rd Annual Harold Thomas Interstate Basketball Classic!
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