In the first round of the Catholic League tournament, Winston led his team to a 50 point win, and instead of looking to score, was out to get assists, and he did just that.
"I was pretty sure we had it in the bag by halftime, so I wanted to make it a great experience for everybody so I was trying my best to just get my teammates involved," said Winston.
At around 6-foot-2 with good athleticism, an ability to make shots, and excellent court vision, Winston is one of the top playmakers in his class. That has led to significant recruiting attention.
The offer from the Spartans was a big one for Winston, and he says it means his game is progressing nicely.
"It just tells me that I am on track and if I keep working I can go to the highest level," said Winston of the Spartans. "I think they have a great program and obviously they have done a good job with their guards."
Michigan hasn't offered yet, but that could be changing in a few months.
"They tell me that they love me and that they would love me to come to their school," Winston explained of the Wolverines. "I am sure they will offer me on June 15."
Ohio State is another school showing Winston a lot of attention, and he likes what the Buckeyes have to offer.
"I like the program and how hard they play, and also it is a good area," said Winston. "Overall I just like the school."
For now Winston says he isn't too focused on his recruiting and simply wants to finish this year out strong for his high school team.
"We want to win it all, so want to win the catholic league championship and take that momentum into the state tournament," said Winston.