Posted On: 11/12/15 7:00 PM

With all of the talk about players going from public school to private school, Atlantic Shores wing Marvin Trotman is proof that sometimes it’s what is needed for a player to get the exposure they truly deserve.

 
Since coming to Atlantic Shores from First Colonial midway through last season, Trotman says the staff, and particularly Head Coach Mike Hudgins, has helped him both with his play on the court and his recruitment and development off of the court as well.
 
“I knew we would have a great relationship from the start,” Trotman said about Hudgins. “He’s helped me become a better person, just being a mentor and pointing me in the right direction.”
 
After joining Shores, the 6’3 wing joined the Team Loaded 757 AAU program, and playing in front of more coaches helped his recruitment take off. He picked up three offers this summer from JMU, Longwood and Mount St. Mary’s, and has interest from a host of mid major programs up and down the east coast. He realizes and respects everything the coaches of his new program have done for him, and has made it his personal goal to repay them this season.
 
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