Rollins Returns To Miami's Elite Camp

For the second straight year, Quinten Rollins has attended Miami-OH's Elite Camp. The 6'1", 175 pound senior-to-be point guard considered the camp a success.

For the second straight year, Quinten Rollins has attended Miami-OH's Elite Camp. The 6'1", 175 pound senior-to-be point guard considered the camp a success.

The star guard from Wilmington High School (located between Cincinnati and Columbus) said, "(The camp) went pretty good. I (had) fun at the elite camp. It is a good experience."

Rollins uses his strength (bench 235, squat 300) and quickness to get to the bucket. He also has strong ballhandling skills.

Rollins had told RedHawk Insider in the past that his weakest area is his shooting touch. Rollins said, "I am not a real consistent shooter. I play point guard. I am like Ty Lawson from North Carolina. He is not a real good shooter but is strong and makes his teammates better."

This summer, Rollins is working on his outside shooting. He stated, "I have got to get better on the jump shot."

Rollins stated the schools recruiting him are "Miami, Wright State, Duquesne, Central Michigan, Furman, Eastern Kentucky, and Cleveland State." In the past he mentioned that Davidson, Ball State, Western Carolina, and Penn State were also showing some interest.

Miami and Wright State are the only two schools that have offered Rollins so far.

Last January, Rollins said he particularly likes Miami. He explained, "The coaches are always following me. Always at my games and want me to come up there. Miami has really good coaches. I like Coach Pedon and Coach Henderson."

Rollins has visited Miami and Wright State. He plans on visiting Duquesne soon.

He will wait to decide at the end of the summer.

RedHawk Insider will continue to follow the recruitment of Quinten Rollins.


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