This is one of the most intriguing prospects in the state. Odiase only saw limited playing time as a junior playing behind two division one caliber seniors at Homewood Flossmoor. When he did get in the game it was obvious he was the most talented. He has a long and angular frame that will allow him to continue to add weight as a young player in college. Because of his limited experience he is still a bit raw, but has all the tools you could ask for in a young post prospect. He is efficient with his touches on the block shooting a high percentage. Odiase makes quick moves with the ball and has a soft touch around the basket. He runs the floor awesome and is consistently the first man down the floor. Although a bit thin he rebounds at a good clip and is aggressive going after the ball. Defensively he has shown to be a good weak side shot blocker. The biggest things Odiase needs is more experience against quality competition, add some bulk, and a coach that will help him reach his potential. This kid could be the ultimate sleeper in 2014.