By Bruce Adams
The 6-foot-5 senior wing is averaging more than 17.0 ppg and 7.0 rpg for the Raiders (12-8 as of Feb. 3), including a 29-point effort in a 70-58 win against Harriton Jan. 30 . Last winter, he averaged 14 ppg and led the Raiders in rebounding, while receiving team co-MVP, All-Main Line and All-Central League honors.
Q: What has been your favorite moment so far this season and why?
A: Beating Penncrest on the road earlier this season (a 32-30 win Dec. 13). It was a great team win against a program that has won two of the past three District 1 championships and had really owned our matchup over my career. To get that win in front of their fans was a great feeling.
Q: What aspect of your game do you feel you have improved the most this season?
A: Being able to score off the dribble, in the paint and in other ways that aren’t just catch and shoot.
Q: What part of your game are you working on the most currently?
A: I’ve been working to get touches in the paint and post to take advantage of matchups I get against smaller guys.