Robert Bobroczky is one of the most fascinating characters in American sports. A 7-foot-7 beanpole and Spire Academy student, he can practically dunk without leaving the ground. He can reject any shot near the rim. And, if he’s sturdy enough to continue competing at the collegiate level, he’ll prove that he can overcome the weaknesses of his biggest strength; the frailty of his 7-foot-7 frame makes it difficult to see how he can put on enough muscle mass to withstand the pounding he will take as an NCAA or NBA center. LaVar Ball announced his youngest son, LaMelo Ball, would be heading back to high school for his senior year at the SPIRE Institute (Geneva, Ohio.
One of his teammates there was supposed to be Robert Bobroczky, who at 7-foot-7 is the tallest high school player in the world. However Lamelo and him never played a game together, what happened to him? - "The Journey" Web Show -