UALR expected to sign at least one during spring signing period

UALR is expected to at least one player in the spring signing period, which begins on Wednesday.

UALR’s known commitment at this point is Kemy Osse, a 6-1/6-2 shooting guard from Archbishop Carroll High School in Washington, D.C. Osse is a Canadian who moved to D.C. and went to school at Carroll. Osse played for Canada in the FIBA Americas Under 18  and Under 19 tournaments the past two years.

SLAM! Online had this to say about him:

Kemy's perimeter game is probably more developed than anyone else on this list. Although undersized at the shooting guard position, his speed and great ball handling make up for it. Kemy does most of his damage off the dribble, where he freezes opponents then drills jumpers in their face. He's a tough matchup as  he keeps defenders off balance and creates space for his shots. Defensively, although this may sound silly to say, (due to his height) Kemy is a great help defender thanks to his long arms. He can also be devastating at times as an on-ball defender with his foot speed, but he will need to assert himself in this area.

ESPN, which rated him a 78, wrote this:

A scoring combo that does his damage off the dribble. Kemy can fill it up and knows how to score. He creates great space with dribble moves and footwork and has the length to get it off. He has a smooth, tight release with limited motion.