Posted On: 11/6/19 8:59 AM


That maybe the best word to describe 6-foot-5 junior Tristan Goldstein out of St. Thomas Aquinas in Fort Lauderdale. Goldstein, a shooting guard, is in his first year with the Raiders after transferring from Cypress Bay in Weston.

It was easy to tell Goldstein's talent and work ethic in the Raiders first organized tryout. The scary note is that he is still developing, going on a different path before choosing basketball.

"When I was in kindergarten I started playing lacrosse," said Goldstein. "I played lacrosse from then up until now. Last summer I took off from basketball and I played straight lacrosse. Basketball didn't come a really big thing in my life until about eight grade. That's when I started to get a little bit better and bigger. Once I got into ninth grade I played varsity as a freshman but it wasn't really to score a lot but just to get ready. My sophomore year it was the same thing. It was still more lacrosse but now basketball has become a big part of my life. What I think when I come to the basketball court is that ball is a free education. That is the first thing

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