On the Trail
At this point in his career his defense is further along than his offense. He is a very good shot blocker, especially coming over from the weakside to block a shot. He doesn’t play above the rim but he uses his size and length to become a really good rebounder. Foulland on the offensive end does all the dirty work, he gets a lot of put-backs and tip-ins. He runs the floor well and can score in transition. To become a good college player he needs to continue to develop some post moves and a jump shot. He has lots of upside so a lot of college coaches are going to be recruiting him. Foulland might be most successful playing in the CAA, MAAC or Conference USA.
(May 19, 2013): CoBL caught up with Foulland at the Team Final Big Shots event:
A 6-foot-9, 230-pound forward, Nana Foulland (2014/Team Final) is a back-to-the-basket post with decent hands who’s working on his quickness and his athleticism. A rising senior at Berks Catholic in Reading, he’s certainly a mid-major power forward, capable of scoring with either hand around the basket. Foulland claimed offers from “Colonial and Patriot schools,” naming “Bucknell, Delaware, George Mason, Rider, and Boston University.” He said he’s also hearing from “Wake Forest, Seton Hall,” and other higher-conference schools, and doesn’t have a timetable on his decision.