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Promising basketball player, Tyler Sabino, is an MVP athlete and Ohio State Linebacker Etienne Sabino’s younger brother

Varsity Basketball Captain Tyler Sabino of Pope John XXIII High School has what it takes to be a dominant player on court. A senior in high school, Tyler has been playing on the varsity team since freshman year. At nearly 6’6” and still growing he is close to averaging double-digit figures in points and rebounds per game, Tyler’s basketball career is just beginning.

“Tyler is a terrific player who can help a team win games. He is a positive player that works hard and will be a success both on and off the court. I look forward to watching his college career,” said Coach of the Year Mike Hart of New England Prep School.

Tyler is an all-around athlete who can play the small forward, point guard and shooting guard positions. He is also the younger brother of another talented athlete, Ohio State’s key linebacker Etienne Sabino.

Tyler recently received the First Team All League, First Team All West Jersey (NJAC) and All Tournament Team. He also received MVP for the Edgar Joyce Colt Classic South New Jersey Tournament, completing his high school career as the MVP and Player of the Year at Pope John XXIII High School. Additional AAU achievements include:

  •     Conference Champs
  •     1st Place 2010 Super 8 Invitational Champions
  •     2nd Place Game Time Showcase Tournament
  •     1st Place May Madness at Rowan University
  •     1st Place NJ Panthers Shootout
  •     Honorable Mention Albany Gym Rats Tournament

"I have been able to use my toughness and strength to be successful on the court and get noticed. I am absolutely focused on getting to that next level and not intimidated about the work that needs to be put in,” said Tyler Sabino.

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