Per reports gathered by Basketballghana.com, Amoafo joined the team recently after getting spotted by the University’s scouts.
The 6 foot 6 Forward has stated his reason for choosing the Huskies Program was largely down to the chance to play extensive minutes and his sister’s counsel.
Amoafo opined in an interview, he acted on the advice of his sister who pursued a Masters Degree at the school and sent rave reviews back to Ghana.
On his part, the former high school star indicated improving work rate on his game is the main factor behind his dream move to Canada.
The USA’s northern neighbor has a growing reputation in the sport producing top talents in the NBA including Denver Nuggets Guard Jamaal Murray and Tristan Thompson. The country’s beat USA in last year’s Under 17 World Championship.
Amoafoh is a member of Mfantsipim School folklore after his splendid performances played a key role in clinching a Sprite Ball title for the school.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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