Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Jaeden Mustaf is Filling Dads Footprints

How do you build a future star basketball player?  Start with NBA bloodlines – check. How about height in the family? Does a 6’10 work for you?  Attitude; that of assassin, well you have just described 4’7, (yes 4’7) 3rd grade guard Jaeden Mustaf, son of former New York Knick and Maryland Terp Jerrod Mustaf.   Already he is a cold-blooded assassin that has the full package of offensive weapons at his disposal and plays without fear of failure. He has range beyond the 3-point line already and uses the jab-step as well as a seasoned veteran.  Mustaf is highly skilled and fundamentally sound. He already understands the games nuances and takes advantage of positioning and angles to make it look easy. He gives full effort and disregards his high-profile family name and just goes to work when the game begins.  Is third grade too young to measure future success?  This player will prove why stardom can be seen over a decade in advance with the trained eye of Prolific Performance Basketball.  Top national player for years to come – literally you heard it here first!

1 comment:

  1. His grand dad always said he would the best player in the family. Congrats Jerrod.