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Posted On: 09/10/18 7:04 AM
Case Conley is primed for a big senior season. The 6’7” guard/forward for Williamston High School brings a lot to the table as a player and prospect. Conley is a dependable do-it-all type player. He can handle the ball and play the 2 or 3 spots. Conley is a weapon defensively, having the ability to guard any position on the floor. I recently caught up with Case Conley to talk recruitment, next season, and more.
What do you think has been key to your success in basketball?
The key is the knowledge for the game I have. I have a really good basketball IQ and I know how to make the best plays.
In what ways do you feel you’ve improved this summer?
I’ve gotten a lot stronger this summer. I’ve been working out a lot and it’s going to help me with my whole game.
What areas of your game are you focusing on improving?
I’m focusing on my ball-handling. I want to be able to bring the ball up more and have better moves in isolation.
You recently received an offer from Albion. How does it feel?
It feels really good that all the work I’ve put in is starting to pay off.
What are you looking for in a college?
I’m looking for good tradition with coaches and players that know how to win. A college with a great winning environment.
What are you most excited about as far as college basketball and your recruitment?
Just discovering new colleges and meeting new people along the way will be very exciting.
What advice would you give kids trying to reach the success that you’ve reached?
Just keep working hard and be smart on and off the court.
How are you preparing for next season?
I’ve been getting a lot of shots up, getting more consistent so I can be a constant scorer.
What are your goals this next high school season?
I think we have a team at Williamston that can win a state title and that’s my goal this year.