Posted On: 11/19/18 11:00 AM
Max Vosloh is rounding out his high school basketball career with a postgrad year at Sunrise Christian Academy as he decided to reclassify to 2019 as he was young for his grade.
The 6’2’’ guard also sustained an ankle injury that required a four month healing period going into his senior year and wanted to get a full year of high level basketball while rounding out his game to prepare for the next level.
Hailing from the Houston, Texas area, Max previously played for St. Thomas High School who competed in the 6-A Tapps division where he earned offensive MVP honors along with earning first team all-state honors as well.
Max is a pure shooter with a quick release who can also crash the boards and has been working on putting on muscle both over summer and so far this year as he continues to make strides.
Over summer Max worked with a strength and conditioning trainer over summer, Jimmy Vidas, who is a part of the Houston Rockets organization in addition to playing a few tournaments with the Houston Topguns and put together a solid showing.
So far this year Max feels like he has improved on defensive principles, overall mobility and strength, and has developed from being challenged as he’s going up against elite talent everyday in practice.
“Every team needs a Max Vosloh” says coach Achoki Moikobu, “He leads with his work ethic, teammates love him, and is a big time floor spacer.”
Max received an invite to the Rice elite camp his junior season and has heard from lower level Texas schools but no bonafide offers yet.
Max says his Mom inspires him most because she taught him how to fight through the tough things in life which are lessons that he can apply on or off the court.