A very productive backcourt player, Khalid is looking to sharp his dribbling and defense. "He's always worked hard on his game," said one of his AAU coaches, Matt Pauls.
Khalid has given a verbal commitment to the Delaware basketball staff and expects to sign his letter of intent next month. He's hoping to be a four-year impact player as he has already demonstrated the ability to score points in bunches.
Lewis had a scholarship offer from Drexel.
Khalid has the ability to produce points from many points on the floor. He has the ability to take the ball to the rim and score consistently as well as drop down jumpers.
He also had some interest from Richmond, Virginia Tech, St. Joe's, Temple, Fairfield, Rider, Siena, and Marist.
TEAM NJABC HEAD COACH MATT PAULS' THOUGHTS ON KHALID'S INDIVIDUAL BASKETBALL GAME: His perimeter game continues to improve. He has a great first step and can destroy the interior of a defense with his drives to the rim.