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Posted On: 11/19/18 6:00 AM
The 94 foot conversation is a one on one segment with prospects from all over the state of Texas. This week we go baseline to baseline with one of the top prospects in the state of Texas. He is a top prospect in the Greater Houston area Class of 2019. We also break down his strengths and weakness, as well as the outlook of his future. Let me introduce to you Collin Warren of Fort Bend Elkins High School (Missouri City, TX).
Collin is a 6’3 165lbs senior shooting guard. He has been playing varsity basketball for the past three years. As a sophomore and junior he attended Victory Prep he averaged over 20 points per game. This year he attends Fort Bend Elkins High School. During this spring/summer for the Basketball University his AAU/Grassroots team which is apart of Adidas Gauntlet Gold he averaged 8 points per game.
Collin how are you today? I’m feeling blessed to be able to wake up today. I know it’s still early in the season, but how is the team looking? Everyone is buying in to what coach is saying, the team camaraderie is building stronger and stronger. How is your recruitment looking for you right now? I have an offer from Lamar University, and I have a lot of interest from various coaches. I intend to keep my recruitment open until the end of the season. Since last year and even over spring/summer ball what areas has your game improved the most? Being an all around player, to be very versatile in my game showing that i can be more than a catch a shoot guard but can also take my opponent off the dribble. Elkins has been bumped up from 5A to 6A, how do you think you guys will do? I feel that we will take district this year with it being our first year in 6A, a lot of people think it will be Ridge Point, but I’m confident in my team as it’s just a step for us as we make our run to state. With you being a transfer student from a Prep/Private school to public school what has been the biggest challenge for you? I went to Elkins my freshman year, so me coming back is no big change for me, it’s like coming back to family.