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Posted On: 10/12/18 7:55 AM
Fans, coaches, and players are ready to see the class of 2022 lace up and begin their high school basketball careers. There is a lot of unique talent in the group, making them interesting to watch. One of the talented basketball players in the freshman class is Kareem Rashed. He is a 6’4” freshman at Detroit Country Day. Rashed played grassroots basketball for the Motor City Brothers. We caught up with Kareem Rashed to talk about his game, his goals, and more.
What are you looking forward to the most about high school basketball?
i’m looking forward mainly to the competition. My whole life it’s been easy in school basketball.
What is the strength of your game?
My main strength is probably shooting and dunking. I am a very good handler and catching off the dribble.
What is it that you provide to your team as a player?
I provide leadership and i make my team zone in when the time is needed. I also like to have a fun time on the court.
What are your goals for this coming season?
My goal this season is to start on varsity.
Who is the toughest player that you have ever matched up against?
Toughest player that I matched up against was probably Julian Roper. He’s class of 2021. AAU wise, the team Sky’s The Limit.
What are your long term goals off the court?
My goals off the court are to get all A’s and B’s in school and be a scholar in the classroom.
Who on your team are you really looking forward to playing with?
I am very excited to play with Zain AbuZahra, class of 2021, and Julian Roper and Mac Manciel on varsity.
What are your interests off the court?
Off the court i like to hang out with friends and listen to music.