Primary Position Shooting Guard
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I have been playing national league basketball since I was 11 years old, here is my playing history.

02-03 Kingston Wildcats U12/13/14
03-04 Kingston Wildcats U14/16
04-05 Kingston Wildcats U16
TASIS U14 National runner up, lost in the national championship game in OT
05-06 London Towers U15/16/18 U15 reached national final 4s, led the team in scoring
06-07 London Towers U16/18 U16 reached final 8, led team in scoring

07-08 Richmond College – London United U18/Men

Won the South Conference, got knocked out in playoffs. I led team in scoring with 26.4ppg. Just missed out on playoffs in Mens league playing with a team made up entirely of juniors.

08-09 Richmond College – London United U18/Men

Runners up in South Premier, knocked out in second round of national playoffs (I didn’t play in the final game due to an ankle injury and we lost on the buzzer!) I led the team in scoring with 28.1ppg. Our Mens team got to the national semi finals of Division 4, again made up entirely of juniors, losing to the team who eventually won the national championship.
In Mens division 4 I was the leading scorer in the nation with 21.75ppg.

The past two summers I have played in the Futurestars tournament in which the National teams of Spain, Italy, Israel, Slovenia, Poland, Czech republic have played. You can find information about it at

At under 16s I was voted by coaches around the country as one of the top 30 under 16s in the country and invited to the Jordan Classic. We did a series of drills throughout the day and then the top 20 players played in an all star game, I was selected for the all star game which Michael Jordan himself came to watch!

This year I was part of the Great Britain under 20s training squad, I was invited to a training camp and a final trial for the top 30 players before not making the final selection for the 20 man training camp prior to the European championships. This was the team for 1989 borns, and I am born in 1990 so I think I have a good chance of making the team for next summer.

In the last year I have gone to Lithuania where my team played 3 games against the Arvydas Sabonis Basketball Academy, which is the best academy in Lithuania and consists of many Lithuanian national team players, over 3 games I scored 82 points. I have also travelled to Malaga, Spain, where we played 2 games against Unicaja Malaga which has one of the biggest junior programmes in Spain, I was one of our teams leading scorers in both games. I recently travelled to Poland where I played 3 games against the Polish national team for under 18s and I was one of our teams leading scorers.

This past summer I took part in the Nike Midnight Madness summer basketball event for the top under 18s in the country. After qualifying events I made it through to the final 2 day boot camp for the top 40 under 18s in the country. After two days of testing and games I was voted the MVP of the under 18s category by the coaches, who consisted of Proffesional coaches and players from all over the world, including Washington Wizards scouts and the assistant coach of CSKA moscow. I also played in the final game for the top 20 players in front of 3500 people.


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Godalming College
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