Posted On: 08/14/19 5:00 AM
Kedrick Frink, a class of 2020 guard from Huntingtown High School, is one of the best kept secrets in the state of Maryland. Throughout his impressive junior campaign, Frink shot 53% from the field, 36% from three and averaged over 13 points, 4 rebounds, nearly 4 assists, and over 2 steals per game. During a recent interview with Prep Hoops, he discussed his overall game and recruitment among other topics.
PH: Describe your game for those who haven’t seen you play.
KF: “I’m a crafty point guard who can create for himself and his teammates. I like to get to the rim. I’m a great on ball defender who is very vocal.”
PH: What is your expected role for the upcoming season?
KF: “Leading the team on and off the court. Making sure everyone is in the right spot and in the best position to make a play. Also being a role model to the younger kids in the program and in the community!”
PH: What are you working on?
KF: “I’ve been working on crafting my touch around the rim. Also working on my jumper.”
PH: Who is recruiting you?
KF: “I have been contacted to some degree by a number of schools at the Division 3 level such as Lynchburg, Marymount, Keuka, St. John Fisher, and Salisbury. I’ve heard from Division 2 Seton Hill as well, but the most interest I’m garnering at the moment is from Hood College & Washington College.”
PH: What schools have you visited?
KF: “Washington College and Hood College.”
PH: What are your goals? Do you know what you want to study in college?
KF: “I want to make sure the Huntingtown basketball program is a household name. We’ve had some success in the past, but it’s our job to continue that trend and give future players an opportunity to be seen and recruited.”
PH: What can you bring to a college program?
KF: “What I bring to a college program is leadership. The motivation to not only get better and compete at the college level but push my teammates to be the best they can be as well!”