Talk about huge progress in two years. From the ESPN article:
Or maybe our story ends in October 2011, when the kid has his first breakout performance at the FIBA Asia U16 Championship. There, after being overmatched by the excellent Chinese team in the first game, he slams down almost a point a minute in his next seven, including 41 against a very good Korean team, and leads the tournament in scoring. He hauls down nearly 10 rebounds a game and, according to Justice, is one of the two best post players there.
That really is amazing. In the 2009 U16's he averaged less than 2ppg and then two years later in the 2011 tourney he lead the whole thing in scoring including a 40 point game. Whatever they're teaching him at IMG, it really is working.