I had the opportunity to conduct an interview with a guard from the class of 2013, Clayjon Howard. (Howard: Cosumnes Oaks High School – 2013) Howard is a 6’2″, 170 pound guard out of Sacramento, California. I created a list of 11 questions that I believe our audience would find interesting about the life of a young basketball recruit. These are the questions that I asked Howard, followed with his answers.
Interview with Guard Class of 2013 Clayjon Howard
Question: Which schools have expressed the most interest in you?
Clayjon Howard: As of now no schools have showned interest in me.
Question: Which universities have offered you? Which universities do you express interest in? Do you have a top 5?
Clayjon Howard: No unerverstie have offered me yet. I have interest in boston college. My top 5 universities would be Cal, USC, Boston College, UCLA and Arizona.
Question: Do you have a dream university?
Clayjon Howard: My dream university would be Arizona.
Question: What do you look for in a University?
Clayjon Howard: I look for a fast pace team in a university.
Question: Does the fan base of the university make an impact on your recruitment?
Clayjon Howard:I dont really bother about worrying about the fan base to much.
Question: Based on national media and fan bases, does it matter what conference you play in?
Clayjon Howard:I would love to play in the pac 12 conference.
Question: What are your strengths?
Clayjon Howard:My strenghs are rebounding and a good defender.
Question: What are your weaknesses?
Clayjon Howard:My weekness is my shooting its incostiant.
Question: What do you consider to be your best attribute?
Clayjon Howard:I consider my best attribute would be a scorer.
Question: What would you say your work ethic is like?
Clayjon Howard: My work ethic is kinda like dennis rodman but a better scorer.
Question: Name a college or NBA athlete that people compare you to. What college or NBA athlete do you idolize and how do their skill sets match yours?
Clayjon Howard:I idolize anothony davis we both love playing d and the running the floor looking to score.