"We are really bonding as a team," said King of the spring. "We have won some big tournaments. We won in New Jersey and in Dallas, and now we are looking forward to the Peach Jam. This team allows me to make plays and it is fun."
King had a very impressive freshman year, and now he feels that he is continuing to get better.
"I feel I am getting a lot better," explained King. "I am in the weight room everyday working to get stronger and that has helped me attack the rim more. Also I have been working on my fundamentals and keeping my handle right."
Schools such as Ohio State, North Carolina, Iowa, Xavier, Indiana, Virginia, Connecticut, Kentucky, DePaul, Kansas, Arizona, Wisconsin, Baylor, Stanford, and many others are all showing King early interest.
According to King it really began to hit home the attention he was getting when head coaches began stopping by in April to watch him play.
"One of the games Thad Matta was there, and then Roy Williams came in. I was like wow, because I had never played in front of him before," King explained. "It is just fun to have all the coaches watching us."
Though King lives in Ohio now, he spent a lot of time in the state of North Carolina during middle school and junior high. Despite that he doesn't know a ton about the UNC program, but he indicates there is mutual interest.
"UNC, they came and saw one of my open gyms," said King. "I don't know too much about their program. I know my dad has been in contact with them a little bit, but I am not really paying too much attention to that right now."
King has had the chance to make an unofficial visit to Ohio State, and he came away impressed with the Columbus campus.
"I've been there for a visit and it is a great campus," said King. "The coaches really stood out to me. You can get in the gym whenever you want there, and it is just a great place."
For now King isn't giving too much thought to his college decision, but the attention has made him decide that he has to work even harder.
"It is a great opportunity for me," King explained. "I know I have to keep getting better and keep working hard."