Keithline added to that list “Notre Dame, St. John’s, Rutgers, UConn, [URL=http://i95ballerz.com/story%20-%20talib%20zanna%2007.html][B][U]all the A-10[/U][/B] [/URL](Atlantic 10), all the CAA (Colonial Athletic Association)” and ACC schools, not named “Duke or Carolina”.
[B][U][URL=http://www.caainsider.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2306&Itemid=212]Talib[/URL][/U][/B] combines skill and athleticism to create match up problems for the opposition. Although he’ll battle inside, Talib is most comfortable playing towards the perimeter. He loves to attack off the dribble from the outside. He’s very aggressive on the boards. Talib also showed a good short left handed hook shot off of a spin move in the low block. Right now, he looks to be sort of in between being an interior player and a wing player. If he develops either of those areas, he could really turn into a fantastic player.
Junior forward [B][U][URL=http://www.gazette.net/stories/120607/uppespo165314_32356.shtml]Talib Zanna[/URL][/U][/B] could emerge as one of the best players in the county. The 6-foot-9 forward missed more than half of last season with an ankle injury but did average more than 18 points per game while in the lineup.
[U][URL=http://www.dcsportsfan.com/article.aspx?aid=1597][B]#42 Talib Zanna, Jr., Forward, 6-9, 220[/B][/URL][/U]Considered by many as the league’s best big man, Talib Zanna is being recruited by college coaches in the ACC, Big East, CAA and the Atlantic 10. Zanna, who is from Kaduna, Nigeria, missed parts of last season with an ankle injury, but he has come out of the gates firing on all cylinders in 2007. Through six games, Zanna has already recorded three double-doubles. Look for Zanna to be one of the league’s best this year.