A 6-foot-9, 220-pound forward from Australia has committed to the University of Hawaii basketball team.
Harry Rouhliadeff is a stretch four player from Australia who told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser that he would sign a letter stating his intent on April 13.
This will be the first day in which basketball prospects can make written commitments.
Rouhliadeff has a good outside shot and a great ball-handling ability. Rouhliadeff is set to enroll at UH this summer.
Rouhiliadeff, who graduated from Villanova College in December, which is a private high school located in Coorparoo. This is a suburb near Brisbane, Queensland.
He plays on the Southern Districts Spartans’, Australia’s National Basketball League 1. Rouhliadeff plays as an amateur. as this is a development league for the NBL. He trains with the NBL’s Brisbane Bullets as well.
Rouhliadeff was a 5-foot-11-inch player who developed his ball-handling skills. In 2018, Rouhliadeff grew 7 inches to 6’6. He grew and gained strength and now weighs in at 210 pounds, a 6-9 frame.
He learned to be tough in the post by playing Australian rules football. His vertical jump and agility were also honed through volleyball matches. He improved his shooting by extending his range beyond the 3-point line.