As it has been documented, Skinner and Co. have an extensive history with "under the radar" recruits. "They see him as a typical recruit that comes in under the radar with a huge upside," Montverde coach Kevin Sutton said.
"They see him as having the ability to play on the perimeter and knock down the open jump shots and they like his versatility to handle and bring it up off the defensive glass."
Last year, "Papa" was hampered with a knee injury. This time around, he's healthy and ready to go.
"He had surgery at the end of the year that corrected his injury. He's playing without a knee sleeve. He's got his lateral movement back and vertical game back. He's got his lift and ability to shoot the ball. Last year, he sacrificed (by playing) for our team but he was limited with what he could do. Now he's injury free."