After a solid win on Friday night, Ash said he is happy with the way things are going to begin the season both for himself and his team.
"It's been going pretty well," said Ash. "We are 5-0 with a young team. We have a good core, defensively we have to continue to get better, but we are working hard on that."
He continued, "I have focused on everything. I really have worked on my outside shot and my decision making especially. Tonight my shot was off, and I know I just have to continue to improve."
Recruiting wise Ash has a lot of interest. Basketball powers as well as academic focused institutions are really making a strong push for Ash.
Purdue has been involved in Ash's recruiting as long as any school, and Ash says the Boilermakers continue to be a major factor.
Recently the Iowa Hawkeyes have also definitely picked things up, and Ash is building a good relationship with that staff as well.
"I've been talking to Coach (Fran) McCaffery and Coach (Sherman) Dillard a lot," noted Ash. "They are a great school, and I really like the system they play."
Currently Ash is listed as a three-star prospect, and will be one of the more watched players in the Midwest this season into the spring with St. Joseph's as well as the Illinois Wolves on the AAU circuit.