Thursday, November 12, 2009
WPH: CJ, tell us about the upcoming season. You were a junior and went to the state championship game last season. What are your expectations, and how do you feel you've improved as a leader coming into this year?
CJ: We've definitely improved on a lot. Right now I have one goal and that's to win a state championship. That's my main goal and I'm looking forward to achieving that.
WPH: Talk about your recruitment and how everything has been going with that.
CJ: It's going pretty good. Right now, I'm getting a lot of attention from everybody, but I haven't narrowed my list down. It's still just open to everyone right now.
WPH: I know you've become pretty good friends with Ryan. It's pretty cool for you to come out and support him like this.
CJ: Ryan is like my little brother. He's a very good person. He's cool on and off the court. He's a friend.
WPH: Talk about Coach Hatchett, and what the transition has been like for you.
CJ: Changes are not always easy, but things are going well, I can say that. Coach Hatchett definitely has his way of doing things and right now, as a team, we're looking real good.
WPH: Can you talk about Sidney Lowe and how he's been recruiting you.
CJ: Sid, he's still going pretty hard. He's recruited me as hard as anyone has recruited me. So, right now Sid is still a good dude. I love him off the court and as a coach.
WPH: What's the most important thing for you in your recruitment? You have all these schools coming at you. What is the biggest factor for you?
CJ: To just settle down and just pick the right school for me.