Reporter Brian Towey outlined in his previous article why Drexel was so strong: "It's not a surprise to see the East Coast programs- particularly Drexel, with assistant coach Tony Chiles' ties to the CHSAA- chasing Colds..."
Colds is considered more of a scoring guard who knocked down close to 16 points a game for St. Raymond's Head Coach Oliver Antigua.
Scouting Report From Brian Towey: Colds is elusive off the dribble, a tough guy to keep in front of you. He doesn't have overwhelming size for a guard, but has a terrific wingspan, and the ability to skirt past defenders and finish, a wiry slasher who can get to the rim. He's also a legitimate perimeter threat.
Colds did state he was being recruited as a point guard. So he has a year to make improvements in that part of his individual game.