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#BOTS Profile: Lucas Sekasi

Lucas Sekasi
13, Jul 2023

#BOTS Profile: Lucas Sekasi

Team AKT was one of the many competitive teams that suited up in the 17U division of BOTS last weekend in downtown Atlanta at the Georgia World Congress Center. Some of that competitive nature came from 2024 Tenleytown (DC) Jackson-Reed High School guard Lucas Sekasi.

Sekasi, a long and lanky 6-foot-5 guard, spent most of his time playing on the ball for AKT as a primary ball-handler. He did a nice job of controlling the game and playing with a high basketball IQ throughout the weekend. I thought Sekasi thrived in pick-and-roll opportunities, too. 

But don’t get stuck on a specific position with the rising senior. He’s a ball player that does a lot of good things that translate to wins, and, in the end, that’s what matters the most. 

Sekasi currently holds a lone scholarship offer from NJIT, but that’s bound to change over the next few weeks. He and his AKT teammates had dozens of college coaches following their games at BOTS.

“I think I’ve had a good summer. Fairleigh Dickinson, UMBC, Howard, and Maine are some of the schools recruiting me right now,” Sekasi told 

After watching Sekasi and AKT for a couple of games, don’t be surprised to see him and his teammates busting some brackets in a few years.

Garrett Tucker
State Editor

Garrett Tucker is a senior content producer for HoopSeen. He has been a member of since 2014. Specializing in basketball in the South, Garrett has helped grow the HoopSeen Alabama network from the ground up. He also provides stories and information from players all across the country. His GTuckerScouting recruiting service is a notorious product in the Southeast, as he has been in contact with numerous college programs across the country. You can follow Garrett on Twitter at @GTuckerHoops.