Valley Forge Military Academy’s Will Anozie Makes Top 5 Scorer in Nation

Will Anozie with his teammates holding a congratulatory sign on his 1,000 point cumulative score.
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Will Anozie with his teammates holding a congratulatory sign on his 1,000-point cumulative score.

Valley Forge Military Academy has a record-breaking 6-foot-2, 165-pound basketball guard, Will Anozie, in its midst, writes Ed Morlock for

Anozie is the leading scorer in Pennsylvania and among the top five scorers nationwide with a career total of 1,000 points after scoring 43 points against MaST Charter Tuesday night.

He came to VFMA on a scholarship he received in eighth grade.

 “I’m just grateful to be here,” said the Valley Forge Academy senior. “I’m not supposed to be here. This was never supposed to happen. I’m very, very thankful for everything. I couldn’t do it without God and my family and my coaches.”

VFMA coach Tim Smallwood said Anozie came off the bench as a freshman playing varsity.

He was a backup as a freshman before getting to the starting lineup as a sophomore.

Anozie played at St. Thomas High School in his hometown Houston as a junior before returning to Valley Forge for his senior year.

He’s averaging 34.3 points per game,

“I’ve always had it in me,” Anozie said. “I just needed it to be unlocked.”

He credits professional basketball players Lewis Leonard and Jonathan Hall for helping him get to where he is athletically

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