|Club||Greg Garret||North County Thunder||Vista||CA|
|High School||Greg Garret|
|Primary Position||Point Guard|
|Hand||Vertical jump||Wingspan||Bench Press (max)|
Pangos Best of SoCal Spring Showcase Top 40 May 18, 2019.
West Coast Elite Top 40 at Spring Breakout Camp May 11, 2019.
Phenom 150 National Camp August 2017 Leadership Award (phenomamerica.com).
Point Guard College Summer 2017 (pgcbasketball.com) Leadership and Hard Work Awards.
Career Total Deflections = 155 (1.7 per game). Deflections: 1. Causes turnovers. 2. Disrupts an offense. 3. Measures defense intensity.
Season Total Deflections = 9 (1.5 per game) = SMHS Fall Ball 2019
Strength Training Coach: Patrick Coglianese (760) 214-3900 (firstname.lastname@example.org
West Coast Elite Academic Excellence Award: 4.0 GPA or higher for the 2017-2018 Season.
It is a big opportunity for me and it shows how much I worked to get their. If I keep working hard in college it could lead to continuing basketball after school ends.
When I’m on the court I direct my teammates to space out and execute plays because if we all work together the offense flows well. I lead by example by playing aggressive defense and controlled offense. And always learning something new every game and practice to increase my basketball IQ. Off the court I have been raised by parents who have taught me to be respectful to everyone around me. If a teammate has a bad game I let them know they will do better the next game.
Being healthy is a key factor in everyday life and even sports. Eating your fruits and veggies is very beneficial to athletes because it makes your feel great and not tired or weak. There are times when I enjoy the unhealthy stuff but I don't eat it on a consistent basis. Drinking water and coconut water is a healthy habit of mine. If you eat the unhealthy stuff on a consistent basis, you will feel weak and heavy when it comes to physical activity. Eating healthy allows you to do more in anything your doing and this is key if your an athlete because you always want to do more to get even better.
I have volunteered for the Vista Library, San Diego Food Bank, Retrievers & Friends Animal Shelter, and Community Resource Center (CRC) Resale Store. I got to help the library in tutoring kids grades 1-5 and shelving books. The food bank and animal shelter I got to help those in need. At the food bank I packaged goods and organized them so they went to the right people. The animal shelter is were I got to take care of dogs that had no home. I helped a lot from laundry, to dishes, setting up comfortable areas for the dogs, and giving them nice walks so they could get out of their cages. At CRC Resale Store I organize donations to be put out on the floor for sale, costumer service, organizing and cleaning stockroom. I enjoy volunteering.