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Posted On: 04/17/18 12:04 PM
After transferring from Utah to still-new Nor-Cal hoops program San Domenico, Cash Fulton likes where his hoops career is headed.
The 6-foot-2 point guard is coming off the heels of a strong junior season with the Panthers, his first season with the team. And says his recruitment has started to spike since moving here.
“I’m happy with how I played this season, and I think in my time from moving from Utah to California I’ve taken huge steps in getting closer to my goal of playing D1 basketball,” said Fulton.
“This year was a coming out party for me as a player, and having no seniors on the team this year I kind of took the role of the older guy and was able to be the leader of my team.”
Passing and hoops IQ are strengths of the good-sized lead guard, and Fulton defined his skill-set –strengths and weaknesses — in his own words.
“I’m a true point guard and my biggest strength is my vision and ability to control the tempo of the game. My biggest weakness would be I need to get a little stronger,” he said.
“My role at San Domenico this year was to be the leader of the team. I took pride in leading my league in every stat besides rebounding which I was second in. For me, my role is to lead by example”.
This spring and summer, for his 17U offseason, Fulton says he’ll play with NBBA HGSL. He’s hoping he can continue to see his recruitment continue to take off.
“Recruiting has been great, and I’ve been a bit anxious waiting for my first offer. I am receiving interest from Ohio State, Utah Valley University, Brown University, Northern Arizona, UC Riverside and Siena,” said Fulton.
“My goals and expectations are to get offers, and take another step forward in growing as a player.”