Since returning earlier this month after suffering a dislocated pinky finger, the No. 3 prospect for 2018 has gotten back in the groove in a big-time way.
How big? How about a 40-point, 11-rebound performance on Saturday in the Bulldogs’ 76-72 overtime win over Indianapolis Manual?
Not enough? How about becoming Floyd County’s all-time leading scorer in the process?
The 6-foot-4 guard has registered over 1,900 points before the end of his junior season. He can fill it up from anywhere. And the best part is the show will keep going on for the next year-plus, including New Albany going for a repeat as Indiana's Class 4A state champions.
(Highlights courtesy of Krossover)