Alex is a western Sydney kid of Serbian background. He practiced with the West Sydney Razorbacks before he headed off to Furman in the USA.
I would describe Alec's game as solid and all round. Can do a little of everything but nothing great. I have been told that his low post game has improved and has a few "go to" moves there.
He was practicing with the Wollongong Hawks but he has just taken up an offer to play in Greece at the A-2 level.
The age rule hurts a kid like this. I believe he turns 23 this year which makes him ineligible for the YAP position.
Mullan is heading off to college where he will be attending the academically minded University of Pennsylvania.
Mullan is a 2-3 with size and strength. After watching Mullan at the U/20 National Tournament, I believe he will keep developing his game nicely and will be back in Australia at the NBL after his college career.
I have just been put onto this young fella so I will be digging up some more info. I happened to play with and against his father Sidney.
Sidney was a hell of an athlete in his own right. If you watch the clips closely, Sid is coaching the team. What I noticed though is Sid still loves to hike his pants up, just in case the rains hit.
Jono, I hope your game has as much character as your "old man" had.