Ever since I was 8 years old I’ve had an undeniable obsession and love for basketball, and a dream to play at the collegiate level. I understand the opportunities that I’ve dreamed of are earned, not given, and that is the reason I invest so much of my time into improving my game. My work ethic and hunger for success set my potential very high, and my ability to follow through with that hunger and do whatever it takes to reach my potential is what separates me from other recruits. I understand that I am a STUDENT-athlete. The classroom comes first, and I believe I have been and will continue to be very successful in school as well as on the court. I understand that an education is very important, and that college will be more than just basketball. It will be a stepping stone to the next part of my life. I won’t be able to play basketball forever, but the knowledge I gain from an education will stay with me until I die. Although basketball is a large part of my life, it isn’t the most important. My priorities in order are: my faith, my family, my education, and then basketball.
I consider myself very coachable. I am good at fitting into the role given to me, and will do more than what is necessary to help my team succeed. Some of my best attributes include my scoring ability, court vision, on-ball defense, and leadership. I score, facilitate, get stops, and am a vocal leader on the floor. Many would agree that I am the teammate that most people want, and the player that most would love to coach.