Mark Alstork

25 Aug

Name: Mark Alstork

Height: 6’4
Weight: 190

Position: Small Forward

School: Thurgood Marshall
Hometown: Dayton, OH

AAU: Ohio Phenoms
Class: 2013

Evaluation: Physical and athletic wing that is a pure scorer from anywhere inside twenty feet. Uses both his strength and speed to get to the rim where he finishes plays through contact well. A capable ballhandler with good footwork and understanding of how to create space Mark could be considered a SG very easily. Very smooth jumpshot with a high release and nice rotation that falls consistently from three point range. When he focuses on attacking the rim, instead of settling for tough three pointers, he is an elite prospect. Mark’s biggest challenge right now is finding a way to consistently display that killer instinct that he does have inside him.

Bottom Line: Mark has a great chance to be a Division I recruit as he continues to refine his talent. He’s big, athletic, and skilled; when he plays with consistent killer intensity there is nothing stopping him from being a stud mid-major.

Notes: Alstork claims offers from Wright State, Lehigh, and Cleveland State as well as interest from Dayton and all the upper tier MAC schools.

4 Responses to “Mark Alstork”


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    […] Alstork, Mark          SF          Thurgood Marshall          Dayton, OH […]

  2. 2013 Ohio Player Rankings « - September 12, 2011

    […] Moeller 4. Austin Grimes- Cincinnati Aiken 5. Maurice O’Field- Cleveland Heights 6. Mark Alstork- Dayton Thurgood Marshall 7. Aaron Jackson- Gahanna Lincoln 8. Kash Blackwell- Shaker Heights 9. […]

  3. 2013 Ohio Player Rankings « - October 3, 2011

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  4. Dayton 2013 Player Rankings « - October 4, 2011

    […] 3. Evan Bradds- SF/PF Jamestown Greenview 4. Edmond “Junior” Early- PG Thurgood Marshall 5. Mark Alstork- SG/SF Thurgood Marshall 6. Zack Denny- SG Germantown Valley View 7. Gerry Green- C Thurgood […]

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