Had a brief interview with Norwalk's Steve Enoch the other day, via text messages, for a story I'm writing for later this week. Here's Enoch's highlights video
(couldn't figure out how to embed it). And here's how the interview went:
Did you enjoy your most recent visit to UConn, on June 27?
“Yes, I enjoyed my last visit a lot. The thing I enjoyed
most was meeting the players and seeing them work out, because I can use some of
the drills they were doing.”
What do you like most about the UConn program?
“I haven’t come up yet with what I like most about the
program, but overall I think UConn is a great program.”
How much are you enjoying the recruiting process so far?
“I definitely like the recruiting process and the looks I’m
getting from colleges because I see all of the hard work paying off.”
Did you grow up a UConn fan?
“Growing up in Connecticut I was surrounded by a major
amount of Huskies fans, including my parents, so the team has always been in
the atmosphere. Yes, I’ve been a fan of UConn and glad for the entire
How tight are you with ex-Husky Andre Drummond?
“He’s someone I look up to. I don’t get to see him often
because he’s always on the grind but every time I see him it’s like family. I
make the most of every time we hang out, whether it’s him giving me good tips
and mentoring on and off the court, or getting scraped in a 1-on-1.”
When will you narrow down your list of schools, or make a decision?
“Whenever I feel like the time is right for me to decide
the top schools that fit my list of requirements for them.”
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