RT: We're working pretty hard, taking it one day at a time. Getting ready for the state game is a big, big opportunity for me because it's my first time being there and I'm looking forward to having a good game.
Q: It's been kind of a roller-coaster year for you. How difficult has it been to adjust to life at Reynolds, both on the court and off?
RT: Getting over here has been pretty good for me because I've always wanted to be here since my freshman year. Off the court, it's pretty good because I can adapt to the people more here. Everybody's pretty nice.
Q: What about the competition aspect?
RT: The competition is a lot harder over here. Every day you have to come and play your game...every game is do or die.
Q: What position do you feel you're best suited for, and what position do you want to play in college?
RT: Small forward.
Q: What is your true height and weight?
RT: I'm 6-8, 200 pounds.
Q: What do you feel are your biggest strengths on the court?
RT: I'm able to get out in transition. Also, my ability to jump and to post up smaller players down low.
Q: What do you think you need to work on?
RT: My defense and my first step.
Q: Is there any former or current NBA or college player that you like to pattern your game after or compare yourself to?
RT: Scottie Pippen.
Q: Do you have a list of favorite schools at this point?
RT: Clemson, N.C. State, UConn, Maryland, North Carolina, as you know, Tennessee ... there's a lot of them out there.
Q: Do you have a leader among these schools?
RT: I'm still open. I'm looking real hard at Carolina, but anywhere is still open for me at this point.
Q: How much interest has North Carolina shown in you?
RT: They've been coming to my games and watching me play off and on, but they've been looking at me pretty hard.
Q: What do you like best about North Carolina?
RT: I like the coaching staff, I like the school and the atmosphere, and I think I can adapt to everybody up there better.
Q: Has the fact that they struggled this year had any impact on what you think of them?
RT: No, because I think that I could make a difference if I went there. It really doesn't make a difference that they struggled this year.
Q: You're obviously going to get a lot of attention playing in the Dean Dome on Saturday. Would you say that you've gotten more attention as a whole since you transferred to Reynolds?
RT: Oh, a whole lot, a whole lot. Since I've been here, it seemed like a bunch of people have been coming up to me wanting to get to know me better. But I think that, for the most part, everybody's been pretty cool about it.
Will Robinson covers prep sports part-time for the Winston-Salem Journal.