Ohio State '22 FL SF (FR) - Brice Sensabaugh

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    If Jae'Sean Tate were 6'6 you'd have Sensabaugh. A little better 3 point shooter though. I think he's going to be a really good player. Matchup nightmare. He can play 3 positions.
     
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    SENSABAUGH STEALS THE SHOW
    No player impressed more on Sunday than Sensabaugh, who had the crowd at Ohio Dominion eating out of his hand by game’s end, and for good reason.

    The Buckeye freshman finished with 51 points in a three-point loss to a team that featured former college basketball player of the year and longtime NBA champion Trey Burke and former Buckeye forward Andre Wesson. But neither of those players – nor anyone else on the court – could figure out a way to slow down Sensabaugh, who pieced together one highlight-reel play after another for all four quarters of the affair.

    Running point guard for much of the game, the 6-foot-6 talent drilled deep contested threes, converted four-point plays, dunked the ball on several occasions and drove inside at will no matter who was guarding him. Sensabaugh also facilitated offense for others, dropping more than one awe-inspiring dime during the ballgame.

    Sensabaugh’s repertoire seemed perfectly tailored to the environment of the summer league matchup, and his performance was so good that Burke took an extra moment to give the young guard some words of encouragement at the end of the game.

    If Sensabaugh had been flying under the radar for Ohio State fans entering the upcoming season, that should no longer be the case. The offensive skill set of the first-year Buckeye could be a sight to behold early on, and Sunday’s Kingdom League effort was a showcase of everything he’s capable of.
     

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