Unsigned Senior Spotlight - Kuany Teng
There wasn't a prep school team in New England that overachieved more this season than Bradford Christian Academy.
With only nine players on their roster, BCA beat the likes of St. Andrew's, Tilton, Winchendon, Lee Academy, South Kent, and many more in route to qualifying for the NEPSAC AA tournament.
Even when they didn't win, they were competitive with absolutely everyone, from Brewster Academy to Worcester Academy, In fact, Bradford Christian didn't lose a regular season game by more than 11 points (and that was to Brewster) after the first of the year.
Kuany Teng was one of the key players behind that run and yet he remains under-the-radar and under-recruited.
School: Bradford Christian Academy
AAU: D.C. Blue Devils
By the Numbers
2019-20 Stats: 14ppg, 6.5rpg, 2bpg
Academics: 3.5 GPA & 1120 SAT
I am a 6-foot-4 guard/wing who plays both ends of the floor really well. As a player, I can put the ball on the floor and finish around the basket with both hands. I also add good perimeter shooting as I can get my shot off from the dribble as well as catch-and-shoot. I can also create for others and bring good defensive versatility as I can guard multiple positions and have really good timing with my shot-blocking abilities. Lastly, I want to mention that I'm looking to work hard and get better everyday with my teammates as well as looking to make an impact on any basketball program. I know that I have my best basketball ahead with the right opportunity!
"Kuany Teng is a player every team needs to have to win games. He fills up the stat sheet and plays both ends of the court. In his senior year, Kuany averaged 14.0ppg 6.5rpg 2.0bpg on a NEPSAC-AA playoff team. He is six-foot-four, long and athletic. Kuany can play multiple positions and has the ability to shoot the three and finish at the rim in a variety of ways."
- Miguel Gonzalez, Head Coach, Bradford Christian Academy
A swiss-army knife who impacts the game in countless ways, Teng is loaded with versatility on both ends of the floor. He has a long and athletic frame, supplemented by a good motor, that allows him to be both an impactful and multi-positional defender. Offensively, he puts the ball on the floor and attacks off the dribble well. He has a very good left hand and has worked to become more of a threat with his jumper. He's an under-rated passer who throws the ball ahead in transition, can play pick-and-roll, and even thread the needle on some backdoor passes. He's also an unselfish player and clearly beloved by his teammates.