Q:: Three things I can't live without...
A:: Family. Music. Basketball. 

Q:: Why I chose Binghamton University...
A:: Binghamton University has a great reputation for its academics and I wanted a challenge.  The diversity of the university is great and the Human Development department is great.

Q:: Favorite class and why...
A:: My favorite thus far has been Psycho-physiological Awareness.  This course was very interesting.  It showed me how to relax my muscles, how to eat and my favorite was hypnosis.

Q:: One thing I have learned at Binghamton that I will carry with me for the rest of my life is...
A:: You have to work for everything. Nothing comes easy.

Q:: Other than playing in the NBA, my dream job is...
A::  My dream job is to become a teacher at my high school.  My high school is filled with many female teachers and it would be great to see more male teachers.  I know that I will be a great role model for the future Plainfield High School students.

Q:: Other than my parents, the person who has had the most influence on me is and why...
A:: My former Amateur Athletic Union coach, I have known him for over ten years.  He has been a great inspiration to me and continues to be a positive influence in my life.

Q:: The best thing about being a Binghamton Bearcat is...
A:: The pride that the school has.  I respect the BU staff and students.  No matter what happens, everyone seems to be there for you. 

Q:: Most memorable moment as an athlete...
A:: I took my high school team to the state finals for the first time in 21 years.  Even though we lost the game we will still go down in history for one of the best teams in Plainfield High School history.

Q:: What I did this week as a student...
A:: I have been settling down reviewing the syllabi.  I also have lots of readings.

Q:: What I did this week as an athlete...
A:: We had a game versus UMBC that went down to the wire.  We lost by three points. It was a heartbreaker.

Q:: Based upon my experiences growing up, my advice for young kids about school and athletics is...
A:: Always put school first no matter what.  If possible, use athletics as a tool to get a higher education.

Q:: Why I am looking forward to the America East Men’s Basketball Championship at Agganis Arena in Boston on March 2-4...
A::Its just an experience of a lifetime.  Not everyone gets to say that they played Division 1 basketball.