My high school basketball experience as a freshman this year has taught me so much not just as a student athlete, but as a person. I learned how valuable your teammates are to you on and off the court. I learned the value of commitment and hard work. Every practice, I learn more and more about the value of defense and protecting the basket. As a point guard I learned if my opponent gives up the ball, he should not get it back for the rest of the possession. As a student of the game, I can only imagine how much I can learn and improve if I am playing for your program.
My number one goal athletically when I go to college is to win a tournament in the sport of basketball. If I am playing for your program, I want to win. I love to play in the fast break and get easy layups for myself and my teammates. If I can't drive all the way to the basket, I like to drive and kick or pull up from mid-range or take a floater. If I play for your school the effort is going to be there. I take practice time seriously because it is a chance to learn something from you as a coach that I can implement into my game. School is what is most important though. I want to make sure that I get a degree at whatever college I go to, and graduate from that college.