During the high school season Christon averaged 19 8 points, 5 2 assists, and 4 9 rebounds per game while leading his team to a 20-4 record The strong campaign drew a lot of attention, and put Christon into the spotlight
"It has been fun, it has been real fun," said Christon of the increased attention "I have liked it a lot It gets tough and I can get tired of talking to everybody, so they talk to my mom a lot "
Many schools dropped by to see Christon during the year, but so far one school has put forth the most energy recruiting him
"Georgetown is the main school recruiting me," Christon explained "I like their coaching staff and how they play Their style of play interests me a lot "
That attention should only increase now that Christon is going to spend a year at prep school According to Christon the decision to go prep wasn't a difficult one
"It wasn't that hard of a decision," said Christon "Me and my mom really thought it was the best I think it will really help my game "
With good size, great speed baseline to baseline, and superior floor vision, Christon brings a lot to the table as a point guard He is sure to have significant options, and when it comes down to picking a school he knows what he will be looking for
"I am looking for somewhere that I can come in and play right away," said Christon "Also I want to go somewhere where I can get a good education "
For now Christon is running on the AAU circuit with the Cincinnati Knights, and will decide on which prep school to attend in the near future