Hope I'm wrong, but no way that he has the heart to play division 1 basketball. Really disappointed in what I saw. Best dunk of the night though. His coach is bad. Stall the ball while trailing can be a bad strategy.
I didn't see the game in question, but a few general, mostly topical points:
1) JT is right. HS BASKETBALL NEEDS A SHOT CLOCK ASAP. The idea of a shot clock is fundamental to the IDEa of basketball. 27-25 is ridiculous.
2) stalling, shot clock or not, almost never works. At any level. The OKC THUNDER STALLED THEIR WAY OUT OF A WIN AGAINST GSW a couple Saturdays ago. Our own Aggies seem to hae a penchant for trimming a 15 point advantage in their favor to 5 with a minute to go. I understand that coaches want to limit the chances for turnovers and easy points for the trailing team, which is fine in theory, but what happens in practice is that you get bad shots off no action, which is essentially the same as a live ball turnover. If you must run clock (and their are times to run clock), then keep the flow moving, so that the defense is forced to play defense for the entire clock, and there is a chance of getting an open shot off movement or a decent mismatch when the clock is under 5.