Dennis Rodman/Mitchell Robinson/TORREY CRAIG
I went to Moeller my freshman year, and was cut because I couldn’t dunk. That summer I worked my ass off learning how to dunk with my left and right hand off the drop step. The next year I transferred high schools (D2 Taft). There wasn’t no spotlight for me because Taft was loaded so I had to wait for significant playing time until my senior year. This is when I broke out and was the block leader in the CMAC and the state of Ohio. After high school I took the JUCO route to define my game. I decided to head to Labette College in Parsons, Kansas. I was a starter averaging 13pts, 9rebs & 3blks. After Labette I was offered an opportunity to play at Allen university, a HBCU in South Carolina (NAIA). After Allen university I was blessed with the opportunity to excel my career to play at an NCAA Divison 2 school . I was top 5 in blocking every year throughout my college career. I was 3rd in Kansas and 5th in South Carolina. Finishing my last year of college. I decided to bring it home, Miami Hamilton University. I played 13 games leading the way to a 11-2 start for Miami. Mentally I crawled off the court not knowing where this journey will take me and fell into a deep depression. Picking my head up and getting through that hump, I was able to begin a pro career. 2022-current Ohio kings (ABA), I was the leading force in carrying us to the 2022-2023 regional finals where we fell short to the prior and current ABA champions, Cleveland Burning Buckets. Also Currently playing in the TBL Kentucky Enforcers, where my journey continues writing itself.