TARIQ ALRAFI
GUARD

 

TARIQ ALRAFI
GUARD

 

Prestige Star Sports Academy

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Facts about Tariq

Height

5’8 ¼”

Weight

165 lbs

Wingspan

74” (6’2 ½“)

Standing Vertical Jump

20.5”

Pro Shuttle

13.53 seconds

Position

Guard

Date of Birth

21 Jul, 1999

Reach

87 ½” “(7’3 ½”)

Approach Vertical Jump

25”

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momir

“Tariq Alrafi is a high energy guard who doesn’t mind playing physical and tough defense and can be scoring threat for opponents in the offense. He can play both Point Guard and Scoring Guard position. While he needs to be more consistent with efficient 3pm shooting, he is more capable to attack 1-1 or via Pick&Roll situations. He can score in the contact situation around the basketball and also can find his teammate in scoring position. Tariq is the player, that teammates appreciate and respect because he approaches the game seriously and with the focus”.
– Momir Gajic, Director of Recruiting – DME Academy

dan

I had the pleasure of working with Tariq at DME and I was impressed by his work ethic and coach-ability. In a weeks time, he showed improvements in his ball handling and footwork. He was a great young man who worked hard and worked relentlessly, anything that was asked of him was done at 100%. It was a pleasure for me to work with him and all of us here at DME hope to see him soon
– Daniel Mondragon, Director of Player Development – DME Academy

dejan

“Tariq is one of the hardest working student athletes that I have worked with in my 26 years of coaching basketball. He never takes a day off and he leads by example.  Tariq is relentless as a player.  His best advantages on the court: shooting skills and IQ for the game. He has worked hard since last season on improvement of his strength and quickness. Tariq has taken his natural talent to the next level through hard work and a tremendous desire to become professional player and an good human bean as he is.”
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– Dejan Kamenjasevic, Senior Executive – PSSA

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Needs core strength, needs hip mobility work, he externally rotates feet during squats and agility movements and struggles to change directions efficiently with drills that include change of direction. Upper...

Tariq Alrafi is a young basketball player from Dubai, who came to DME for an intensive 7-days training.  

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