Three things I can't live without...A::
Basketball. Money. Friends.
Q:: Why I chose Binghamton University...Q::
A:: I chose Binghamton University because they were the first school to recuit me. They showed me the most interest in me as a student-athlete and they really impressed my parents academically.
Favorite class and why...A::
Contemporary Health was my favorite class because I learned about the human body, the class was always interesting and the knowledge I gained from the classroom involved my everyday life activities.
One thing I have learned at Binghamton that I will carry with me for the rest of my life is...A::
The ones that work the hardest will be rewarded the most at the end of the day.
Other than playing in the NBA, my dream job is...A::
To be a big time realtor in a major city.
Q:: Other than my parents, the person who has had the most influence on me is and why...
A:: My aunt has influenced my life a lot, she is a judge in Akron, Ohio. She had run for judge two times prior to winning her last election, but she never gave up on her dream.
Q:: The best thing about being a Binghamton Bearcat is...
A:: The support from the fans and my peers no matter if we are winning or losing.
Q:: Most memorable moment as an athlete...
A:: Signing my letter of intent to attend Binghamton University and watching my parents cry tears of joy.
Q:: What I did this week as a student...
A:: The semester has just started so I have been reading the syllabus for each class.
Q:: What I did this week as an athlete...
A:: Scored my career high in a game vs. Vermont, who was the number one ranked team in the conference at the time.
Q:: Based upon my experiences growing up, my advice for young kids about school and athletics is...
A:: You get out of it what you put into it. The harder you work the better student and athlete you will become.
Q:: Why I am looking forward to the America East Men’s Basketball Championship at Agganis Arena in Boston on March 2-4...
A:: I am looking forward to the Championship because we have a chance to win it all and go to the big dance for the first time in school history.