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Posted On: 05/14/18 6:00 AM
Colin Doss is a rising Junior who hopes that a move to a new school will bring him some new opportunities and a chance to prove himself against some of the top players in Western Kentucky. Colin has good size for the position at 6’5 and possesses a motor that is almost always running. Doss has shown some ability to score inside and out on the AAU circuit. I had a chance to interview Colin last week and ask him about his new school and how his AAU season has gone so far.
PHKY: Describe your game for people who may never have seen you play. What are your strengths? What do you need to improve?
CD: I am a 6’5” Wing/Forward, who can Attack the rim, shoot from outside, and Score in the Post. My strengths are Scoring Inside/outside from Post to Attacking, my mid range game is my best feature. I’m shooting about 75% from Mid Range this season. I need to get stronger and improve my reaction time.
PHKY: Reflect on your high school season. Were you happy with your individual performance? Were you happy with your team results?
CD: I played for Muhlenberg County High School this past year with a decent season. I will be transferring to Saint Mary High School in Paducah for my Junior season.
PHKY: Who are you playing AAU with? What are your expectations for your AAU season both as an individual and as a team?
CD: I currently play for Charlotte Court 16U. My individual goal is to be noticed by more college coaches and receive offers. Team goals are to win as many games as we can and make a statement around Kentucky.
PHKY: What schools are recruiting you? Any offers? If you have offers, do you have a leader right now?
CD: I currently hold interest from Wright State, Chattanooga, Kentucky Wesleyan, Barry University, Queens College (NC), Asbury and Ohio Wesleyan
PHKY: What can you take from your AAU season and apply to your next high school season?
CD: From AAU season I have more freedom to attack and get to the rim off screens,fakes, etc. That freedom will only help improve my offensive game all around.
PHKY: What are your goals for your next high school season?
CD: My goals for the HS season are to become a All District POY and All Region Team Member.
Colin Doss is a name that isn’t yet known around the Commonwealth. With the move from Muhlenberg County to Saint Mary in Paducah, Doss should have plenty of opportunity to play and improve over the course of the next two seasons as he looks to turn the college interest he has into college scholarship offers.