Sunday, June 18, 2017

#1 DRAFT PICK MARKELLE FULTZ FULL WORKOUT WITH THE PHILADELPHIA 76er's

#1 DRAFT PICK
 MARKELLE FULTZ
FULL WORKOUT
 WITH THE
PHILADELPHIA 76er's
 
The Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics have agreed on a deal that will send the No. 1 overall pick in next Thursday’s Draft to Philly in exchange for the third overall pick and at least one future first-round pick, per a league source. Barring some 11th-hour change of heart, the deal is set to be finalized on Monday. Acquiring the first pick will allow the Sixers to take University of Washington freshman guard Markelle Fultz, considered by many to be the top point guard prospect in the Draft. Fultz worked out for the 76ers in Philadelphia on Saturday as the two sides got close to agreement on a deal.

Monday, June 12, 2017

SIDWELL FRIENDS GUARD - JASON GIBSON - EXCLUSIVE TWITTER INTERVIEW - ALL-MET ELITE

SIDWELL FRIENDS GUARD 
 JASON GIBSON
EXCLUSIVE TWITTER INTERVIEW
 ALL-MET ELITE
 
SIDWELL FRIENDS SCHOOL
NW WASHNGTON D.C.
 
 
1. Age, height, weight? 16, 6'0, 155.
 
2. You are going into your Jr. year and also a year after winning a championship what are your goals for the 2018 season? The goals for next season are to win another championship and to getter better at every aspect of my game.
 
3. How would you describe your game? I have court vision and I'm not afraid to handle the ball. Also if they give it to me, I'm not afraid to knock down the shot. Especially the three.
 
 4. What are you working on this spring/summer to improve your game? I'm working on being stronger with the ball, being physically ready and looking to take the shots that are given to me.
 
5. What schools have shown you interest so far or have offered you? Holy Cross, Lehigh, Bucknell, Davidson, Elon, UVA, Yale, Delaware are interested.
 
6. With Jelani Williams graduating & Saddiq Bey becoming more offensive minded what role do you see for yourself to help elevate Sidwell to another championship? I feel my role this year is to try to be a good point guard that gets everyone involved offensively and defensively. Also I feel I have to take more shots this year.
 
7. Are you currently playing AAU? I play for the 6th Man Warriors.
 
8. What school teams, boys & girls clubs, rec teams, AAU teams did you play for growing up? Growing up I played with Team Takeover and Maryland Playmakers. Last year I played with Team Takeover.
 
 9. How has the Sidwell coaching staff helped to develop/improve your game during your time there? The Sidwell coaching staff have a lot of confidence in me to make decisions and make shots. It's been really important to me because it gives me confidence to shoot the ball and make plays. They are the best. All they do is teach and it makes us all better players.
 
10. You are a very good shooter one of the best in the area - how much time do you dedicate to improve your shooting, take us thru your shooting routine? I'm always shooting around and always looking for a ball and court. I've been shooting for as long as I can remember. I always start by shooting close to basketball in the paint to get the touch down and gradually step back.

Sunday, June 11, 2017

2017 NBPA TOP 100 INVITEES ALL-MET ELITE EDITION

2017
NBPA TOP 100 INVITEES
DC, MD & VA.
 ALL-MET ELITE EDITION
 
SADDIQ BEY - SIDWELL FRIENDS   WASHINGTON D.C.
 
PRENTISS HUBB - GONZAGA HS.  WASHINGTON D.C.
 
IMMANUEL QUICKLEY - JOHN CARROLL
 BEL AIR. MD.
 
JALEN SMITH - MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH
BALTIMORE MD.
 
JERMAINE HARRIS - ROCK CREEK CHRSTIAN
UPPER MARLBORO MD.
 
HUNTER DICKINSON - DEMATHA HS.
HYATTSVILLE MD.
 
ARMANDO BACOT - TRINITY EPISOPAL
RICHMOND VA.
 
DAVID McCORMACK - OAK HILL ACADEMY
MOUTH OF WILSON VA.  
 
For over 20 years, the NBPA Top 100 Camp has been more than basketball. Character, Education and Skill Development are emphasized as the core principles necessary to maximize potential. Top 100 Camp provides an experience of a lifetime as campers are able to work with and learn from – current and former NBA Players. The level of competition, skills development, and learning sessions has been unparallel in laying the foundation for success both on and off the court for these young men that have participated in the Top 100 Camp.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

JOSH HART PRO-DAY WORKOUT & INTERVIEW - ALL-MET ELITE

JOSH HART
 PRO-DAY
WORKOUT & INTERVIEW
ALL-MET ELITE
 
JOSH HART
SIDWELL FRIENDS SCHOOL
N.W. WASHINGTON D.C.
 

2017 USA U16 TEAM MEMBERS ALL-MET ELITE EDITION

2017
USA U16 TEAM MEMBERS
ALL-MET ELITE EDITION
 
JEREMY ROACH
PAUL VI. HS.
FAIRFAX VA.
 
Jeremy Roach of Paul VI. HS. & Team Takeover AAU
Isaiah Todd of John Marshall HS. & Team Loaded AAU and
Zion Harmon of Bowling Green HS.* & Boo Williams AAU were each named to the 12-member USA U16 National Team. The team will practice twice a day at the USOTC through June 9, at 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., prior to departing for Argentina and the 2017 FIBA Americas U16 Championship. The top four finishing teams not including Argentina will qualify for the 2018 FIBA U17 World Cup for Men. Athletes eligible for this team must be 16 years old or younger (born on or after Jan. 1, 2001) and U.S. citizens. The U.S. squad will practice in Formosa June 11-13 before tipping off preliminary play June 14 against Puerto Rico. The USA will face Dominican Republic on June 15 and cap preliminary games against Mexico on June 16. Semifinals will be held June 17 and the finals are on June 18.

Sunday, June 4, 2017

2017 GOODMAN "BARRY FARMS" SUMMER LEAGUE PROMO VIDEO - ALL-MET ELITE

2017
GOODMAN
"BARRY FARMS"
 SUMMER LEAGUE
PROMO VIDEO
ALL-MET ELITE
 
 
 

2017 D.C. AREA SUPER SOPHOMORE CAMP PARTICIPANTS ALL-MET ELITE

2017
 D.C. AREA
SUPER SOPHOMORE CAMP
PARTICIPANTS
 ALL-MET ELITE
  
8th-Annual Super Soph Camp | June 2-4, 2017 | at McEachern HS | Nation's Top 100 rising sophomores | 2020
 
Kenneth Womack - McNamara HS.
Myles Stute - Gonzaga HS.
Dimingus Stevens - Bishop O'Connell HS. 
Marcus Dockery - Bishop Ireton HS.
Tegra Izay - Archbishop Carroll HS.
Darius Miles - Theodore Roosevelt HS.
 
Catch the Top 40 & Top 20 All Star games live today: thesuvtv.com/supersophcamp

Saturday, June 3, 2017

SHERMAN DOUGLAS REVOLUTIONIZED THE ALLEY-OOP IN COLLEGE BASKETBALL - ALL-MET ELITE

SHERMAN DOUGLAS
 REVOLUTIONIZED
THE ALLEY-OOP
IN
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
ALL-MET ELITE

SHERMAN DOUGLAS
SPINGARN HS.
N.E. WASHINGTON D.C.
SYRACUSE Univ. #20
 
Sherman Douglas graduated from Springarn High School in Washington D.C., the same school that Dave Bing attended. Douglas was not highly recruited, with Syracuse being the only Division 1 school to offer him a scholarship. Douglas showed himself to be able to run the fast break as well as any player in the country. His trademark was the alley-oop pass, lobbing the ball up near the hoop as sky-walker Stevie Thompson or big men Derrick Coleman and Rony Seikaly would slam it home. Douglas would become Syracuse’s all time leading scorer (later to be broken) and would become the NCAA’s all-time assist leader (again, later to be broken).

MARKELLE FULTZ - DEMATHA NBA PRE-DRAFT Q&A INTERVIEW - ALL-MET ELITE

MARKELLE FULTZ
 DEMATHA NBA PRE-DRAFT
 Q&A INTERVIEW
ALL-MET ELITE
 
Tommy Paolucci interviews Markelle Fultz during his celebration ceremony at DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyattsville, Maryland.

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

ALL-MET ELITE DC/MD/VA CLASS OF 2020 SPRING/SUMMER TOP 10

ALL-MET ELITE
DC/MD/VA
CLASS OF 2020
SPRING/SUMMER
TOP 10

ISAIAH TODD
TEAM LOADED
 
1. Anthony Thomas - Team St8ment
2. Isaiah Todd - Team Loaded
3. Earl Timberlake - Team Takeover
4. Justin Lewis -Team Melo
5. Hunter Dickinson - Team Takeover
6. Jeremy Roach - Team Takeover
7. Cam Thomas Boo Williams
8. Elijah Wood - Boo Williams
9. Che Evans - Team Melo
10. Woody Newton - Team Thrill
* Mike Sumner Jr. - DC Premier


Tuesday, May 23, 2017

SADDIQ BEY OF SIDWELL FRIENDS EXCLUSIVE TWITTER INTERVIEW - ALL-MET ELITE

SADDIQ BEY
OF
SIDWELL FRIENDS
 EXCLUSIVE TWITTER INTERVIEW
ALL-MET ELITE
 
SIDWELL FRIENDS SCHOOL
N.W. WASHINGTON D.C.
 
1.Sidwell won the MAC championship this year what has been the most valuable lesson you have learned from this past season? I have learned that no matter how many obstacles there are in front of you. There is always a way if you work hard, are determined and have a relationship with God. I have also learned to trust yourself and your preparation because if you do those things you can achieve what you want.
 
 2. How has Coach Singletary & the Sidwell coaching staff helped you to develop your game? Coach Singletary and the coaching staff have been major contributors in my development as a player and person. Coach has taught me what it takes to accomplish your goals and he continues to push me to work harder and harder and focus on your craft, and to try to aim for perfection in what you do. In addition, they preach to have limitless goals because that will make you even work harder to reach them.
 
3. You currently play for DC Premier on the UA circuit what was the thought process behind you playing on the UA circuit this spring/summer & how has that experience helped you? DC Premier is a great organization overrall. I was excited when I found out that I had the opportunity to play with them because I always heard of their high caliber and how they always have high expectations come tournament time. I think that we have a great team (6-2 UAA) and are now beginning to mesh and come together, so that we can prepare and be ready for the rest of the tournaments ahead of us.
 
4. Several high major colleges have offered you, how would you describe what you are looking for in a school, basketball coach, program & system? As always I am looking for a balance in both areas, basketball and school. Somewhere that will help me develop my game and person to its fullest potential and to get the most out of my basketball experience. I want to play as long as I can, and wherever I feel as though would be the best fit for me is important. Along with having somewhere where when the ball stops bouncing, I can be prepared for future success.
 
5. What are you going to work on to improve your game this spring/summer? I am going to work on every aspect of my game. No parts of my game are perfect so I can always drastically improve in every area. Whether that is sharpening mechanics, crisp ball handling, shooting, IQ, continuing to work on my body, leadership all of the things that come along with trying to be great.
 
6. What are your goals for this spring/summer and also your sr. year? My goals for this summer is work on being the best player and person that I can be. I want to continue to work and develop my game to be ready for the next level. And to become the best player that I can be. I am really focused on winning a championship, and winning is always important but along with staying hungry and humble to maximize my game to the fullest potential. And for my senior year, to win another championship, and continue to get exponentially better each and every day.

Monday, May 22, 2017

DONOVANN TOATLEY OF RIVERDALE BAPTIST EXCLUSIVE TWITTER INTERVIEW - ALL-MET ELITE

DONOVANN TOATLEY
OF
 RIVERDALE BAPTIST
 EXCLUSIVE TWITTER INTERVIEW
ALL-MET ELITE
 
RIVERDALE BAPTIST
UPPER MARLBORO MD.
 
1. Riverdale Baptist won the chip this season after transferring to Riverdale Baptist what was your mindset before the season began and also after when you guys won the chip? My mindset going into the year was that I knew we would be a very well rounded team that was ridiculously talented. However I didn't know how well we would gel together because it was so many new pieces and everyone felt that they were the best. We went thru many ups and downs through out the season. But after the end of the season and we won the championship I felt we had so much chemistry and we were unstoppable. It was a family that had a common goal in mind.
 
2. You are playing with a lot of high profile prospects with DC Premier on the UA circuit how has that experience been & how has it helped you to become a better player?  Playing with the DC Premier organization with so many top players in our class such as Prentiss Hubb, and Jermaine Harris has raised my game to another level. I had to find ways to be a factor other than just providing points. I'm becoming more of a point guard and a lockdown defender in my opinion. Being on the floor with them makes me want to perform at a higher level because of the respect and bond we share as brothers and teammates.
 
3. What schools are currently showing you interests and what schools have offered you so far? Schools that are currently interested in me are Penn State, Cincinnati, George Mason, Lipscomb, ACU, Missouri, UVA, VTech, Umass Lowell, JMU, Radford, Rice and the only school that has officially offered me was Richmond.
 
4. You are considered to be one of the best/flashiest ball handlers in the D.C. area how did you develop your handle and what do you do to improve it every year? I became such a fantastic ball handler because ever since the age of 3 I took pride in my dribbling. I work restlessly everyday on my dribbling skills. I do a variety of drills that enhance my dribbling. Just being able to know nobody defending me can strip me gives me the utmost confidence, also being able to dribble as well as I can makes it easier to make things happen on the court for myself and teammates.
 
5. What are your goals for the spring/summer & sr. year? My goals for the spring/summer are to earn at least 10 college offers, make it into the ESPN top 60 for point guards and be selected for the Under Armour All American camp. For my senior year I want to win a 2nd championship avg. 17+ points and 7+ assists, make All-Met & if possible be Gatorade POY for Maryland.
 
6. What are you looking for in a college basketball coach, program & system? When I make my college decision I want to go somewhere I'm needed not just wanted. Where the environment of the college and basketball team is a big family. Also a team that plays my style of basketball which is fast paced and aggressive. Academics I want the school to have a strong academic background and also have my major and have the ability to make connections outside of the basketball court that can help my life in the future.
 

Friday, May 19, 2017

DCIAA CHAMPION AYINDE HIKIM EXCLUSIVE TWITTER INTERVIEW - ALL-MET ELITE

DCIAA CHAMPION
 AYINDE HIKIM
EXCLUSIVE TWITTER INTERVIEW
ALL-MET ELITE
 
WILSON HS.
N.W. WASHINGTON D.C.
 
1. Age, height, weight? 16,6'0,167 lbs
 
2. What schools, AAU, boys & girls, rec teams did you play for growing up? Friendship Woodridge middle school, Future Players, DC Assault &  Beacon House.
 
3. Wilson won the DCIAA championship this year what was your mindset going into the season & after winning the championship? Going into the season this year my mindset was to win a championship not only for the seniors but also for me and my coaches. After we won the championship I understood what "the process" truly means. As a freshman we sucked, then coming into my sophomore year I knew we were good but were still missing that one piece, the week after my sophomore year ended we started to have our off-season workouts and I knew then that the upcoming year we were going to win because we worked for it everyday until we held up that trophy.
 
4. How would you describe your game? I would describe my game as similar to Russell Westbrook in the way he puts his team on his back and does anything for them to win.
 
5. What will you work on this spring/summer to improve your game? Continue to work on everything but mainly my jump shot and get a little better with my decision making at times.
 
6. What is the biggest misconception about playing in the DCIAA? That it's somehow easy because it's public school.
 
7. What are your personal goals for this spring/summer & Sr. year? Come out of the spring/summer with college offers and end my senior year off with a championship.
 
8. What schools have offered you or have shown you interest?  American, Duquesne & Miami-Ohio have shown interest so far.
 
9. What has your experience been like playing on the UA circuit? Playing on the UA circuit has helped me to develop into a better point guard.
 
10. How has the Wilson coaching staff helped you to develop and expand your game? The Wilson coaching staff has helped me a lot Mr. Hernandez, Coach Gus and most importantly Coach Tee. I mean he's a great trainer and mentor. We workout just about everyday with weights and also on the court, he really holds me accountable because he knows that this is what I love to do so he makes sure he's there to help me and I probably wouldn't be the player/young man I am today if it wasn't for Coach Tee and the rest of the coaches. Also Coach Ty from Beacon House has really helped me too, he's Coach Tee's father so that's how I met him. He just really instored that confidence in me that I didn't have myself and always told me I was the best and always believed in me.

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Thursday, May 4, 2017

ST. ANDREWS ELIJAH WOOD EXCLUSIVE TWITTER INTERVIEW - ALL-MET ELITE

ST. ANDREWS
RED HOT RECRUIT
 ELIJAH WOOD
  EXCLUSIVE TWITTER INTERVIEW
ALL-MET ELITE
 
ST. ANDREWS EPISCOPAL SCHOOL
POTOMAC MD.
 
1. Official height & weight? 6’5, 165lbs.
 
2. What schools, boys & girls clubs rec, AAU teams did you play basketball for growing up? When I was younger, I played with my dad’s team for the early years of AAU, I played with 6th man for a short time. After, I took a break from AAU and only practiced and trained with my mentor, Brandon Howell. I spent 7th grade playing CYO with Mercy Catholic. Then I went to St. Andrews and played there as well for middle school. For 8th grade summer however, I played with Baltimore United.
 
3. You are from the D.C. area which has a lot of strong AAU organizations what made you decide to play AAU for Boo Williams? I chose Boo Williams because he is a legend in the game of basketball and coaching AAU. I also have family ties within the 757 as well, so it made the transition much easier.
 
4. 4. How would you describe you game? I'm a team player first. I do what I feel is right for my team to get the Victory. 
 
5. What are your strengths ? I like to get teammates involved and to get into transition on the fast break as well. I like to pass but if need be I can get a quick bucket as well.
 
What are you looking to improve upon this spring/summer? What I need to work on is my on ball defense and my size/strength.
 
6. You attend St. Andrews how would you describe their style of play & how have they helped you to develop as a player? Their style of play helps with my fundamentals. My teammates and staff both helped me get ready for this AAU season.
 
7. Your recruiting has really increased what would you say has caused you to suddenly receive the attention of so many different college coaches? To be honest, It's just hard work finally paying off. I think my skills are finally being seen, but that is no excuse to stop working.
 
8.What schools have officially offered you and what schools are showing you interest currently? Auburn, Georgia, Tulane, TCU, Norfolk State, Hampton, Texas A&M, Texas, Tech, St. Bonaventure, have all offered me. I have interest from Wyoming, SMU, Townson, Wake Forest, UCLA,  and recently Miami.
 
9. Has anything within the game changed for you since you began receiving offers? How have other players reacted? It has changed a little bit. People are giving me their best now all the time. However, through my faith in the Lord and Family, I stay humble and hungry.
 
10. What are your basketball plans & goals for the spring/summer? My basketball goals and plans for this spring and summer are to continue to work hard in the areas I'm lacking in to be better than I currently am. I also want to help Boo Williams win the Nike Peach Jam, and to be the best player in the nation for the class of 2020.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

URBAN LEGENDS VOL.1 CAPITAL PUNISHMENT WASHINGTON D.C STREETBALL DOCUMENTARY

URBAN LEGENDS
VOL.1
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT
 WASHINGTON D.C STREETBALL
 DOCUMENTARY
 
 
 URBAN LEGENDS VOL.1
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT
WASHINGTON D.C STREETBALL DOCUMENTARY
FEAUTURING THE BEST BASKETBALL/STREETBALL PLAYERS IN THE WASHINGTON D.C. AREA.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

McKINLEY TECH'S WOODY NEWTON IS READY FOR THE AAU GRIND - ALL-MET ELITE

McKINLEY TECH'S
WOODY NEWTON
 IS
 READY FOR
THE
AAU GRIND
ALL-MET ELITE
 
1. Age, height, weight? 15, 6'6, 178 lbs.  
 
2. You are playing AAU for Team Thrill what made you decide to play with a Baltimore based organization this spring/summer? I decided to run with Team Thrill this spring and summer because I feel that my game will reach another level playing with them and I also have family over there and I always wanted to play under my cousin coaching.
 
3. How would you describe your game? I would describe my game as versatile, because I'm a 6,6 wing forward that can do everything on the floor and play every position on the floor.
 
4. What will you work on this spring/ summer to improve your game? This summer I will work on my strength, agility, speed, explosiveness, ball handling and shooting.
 
5. What schools have shown you interest so far and what schools have offered you? I haven't received any offers so far. But UMD and Kansas state have both reached out to my coaches and said they will be following me this spring and summer and for the rest of high school.
 
6. McKinley Tech has a long history of standout basketball players how has the current coaching staff pushed you to become the best player you can be? The coaches at Tech played a big part in the development of the player I am today, by keeping me on JV for half of my freshman season that allowed me to gain the confidence that I needed. When it came to this year they allowed me to be me on the court and what I mean by that is letting me do everything on the court and having the ball in my hands for big possessions in the game and at the end of the games. Also the endless work we put in during the mornings before and during the season. The 2 a days we had during the summer time. The coaching staff at Tech has done a lot for my game.
 
7. What is the biggest misconception about playing in the DCIAA? The biggest misconception about playing in the DCIAA is that we don't have as much talent and people also think it's a weak league.
 
8. You have already decided to do a prep year what was the thought process behind making that decision so early? The thought process was that a prep year will benefit me because I'm a year in front of where I should be. And the only thing a extra year can do is get me better and get me to the highest stage God wanted me to get to.

Monday, April 10, 2017

RIVERDALE BAPTIST GUARD DEION HAMMOND EXCLUSIVE TWITTER INTERVIEW - ALL-MET ELITE

RIVERDALE BAPTIST GUARD
 DEION HAMMOND
 EXCLUSIVE TWITTER
INTERVIEW 
 ALL-MET ELITE
 
1. Age, height, weight? 17, 6'4", 198.
 
2. Riverdale won the Maryland private school championship this season what role do you believe you played in your team's success? I believe I had a major role in pushing and motivating the team as one of the captains and also as the leading scorer of the team. 
 
3. What school teams, boys & girls teams, AAU teams did you play for growing up? I started with Fort Washington Elite which is owned by my dad, which really taught me the fundamentals and knowledge of the game of basketball since the age of 8.  I also played with Big Shots Elite 15/16; DC Premier and 6th Man Warriors. I  attended Ernest Just Middle School, the Bullis School during my freshman year before heading to Riverdale Baptist.
 
4. How would you describe your game? Powerful. I can score from all areas, mid-range as well as long-range, off the dribble as well as off the rebound, I can push the ball as well as fill the lanes.
 
5. What do you believe was the turning point of your season leading to the championship? There was really no turning point, we set out on the mission of winning the state Private School Championship this year as well as the Conference.
 
6. What will you work on this spring/summer to prepare you for the college level? I've already received my workout program from the coaches at Monmouth, they are having me report there toward the end of June as well as playing summer league. My father told me I really need to work on being more aggressive scoring.
 
7. What was it about the Monmouth university program that made you decide that you wanted to continue your academic/athletic career there?  I chose Monmouth because I really connected with Coach Rice and his staff, and they really seemed genuinely interested in my career path and basketball career. They also have an outstanding Kinesiology program to assist in my studies in Sports Medicine.
 
8. What were your thoughts on the Washington Post's All-Met teams & honorable mentions for this past season? I cannot began to say how disappointed I was in that selection. For the 1st time since I've been playing basketball have I felt that my hard work went unrecognized. I have been selected to first team in all other venues as well as all top level All-star teams in which I have started and scored double digits as well. Though it doesn't define you as a player but still, it was hard to understand.
 
9. What will you miss most about the Riverdale Baptist school/basketball program? Coach Lou Wilson was totally outstanding in my overall development, I will truly miss him and his staff.
 
10.What goals have you set for yourself for next season? To ensure that all of my hard work and efforts do NOT go unrecognized again!

Sunday, April 9, 2017

Friday, April 7, 2017

WASHINGTON POST 2016-2017 ALL-MET BOYS BASKETBALL POY - ALL-MET ELITE

WASHINGTON POST
 2016-2017
ALL-MET
BOYS BASKETBALL
 POY  
ALL-MET ELITE
 
CHRIS LYKES
GONZAGA HS.
N.W. WASHINGTON D.C.
 
 
 Point guard, who averaged a team high 18.6 points and 4.2 assist for WCAC, D.C. State & ALHAMBRA tournament winners Gonzaga HS. 

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

GUARD JAMES HAMPTON READY TO MAKE A STRONG ST8MENT - ALL-MET ELITE

GUARD
JAMES HAMPTON
READY TO MAKE A STRONG
ST8MENT
ON THE AAU CIRCUIT
 ALL-MET ELITE
 
1. Age, height, weight? - 18 years old, 6'5, 165.
 
2. High School and AAU team? - HD Woodson HS/Prep school after my senior year. Team St8ment AAU.
 
3. What are your strengths? My strength is I am an all-around scorer.
 
4.What do you believe you need to work on to get to the college level? Something I'm working on is improving my ball-handing.
 
5. What are your plans for the spring/summer AAU circuit? Showcase my talent in front of high major college coaches and win the Adidas circuit.
 
6.What will you work on this summer specifically to add to your game? I will focus on my ball-handing and being able to defend smaller and faster guards.
 
7. Do you see yourself as a point guard or shooting guard on the next level? I see myself as a shooting guard on the next level.
 
8. What schools have offered you and what schools have interest in you? Hampton is my only offer so far but JMU, Liberty, Kent State, Towson, Morgan State, George Mason and Louisiana Tech are all showing interest.
 
9. How would you describe your game? Natural scorer.
 
10. What schools, boys and girls clubs, rec teams and AAU teams did you play for growing up? Growing up I played rec basketball for Trinidad Rec. I also started playing AAU for Beacon House when I was in the 6th grade.

Friday, March 31, 2017