Two other starters who will most likely be sought after by college coaches are freshman point guard Ryan Conway (6-0) and freshman forward Ike Cornish (6-6), who is Josh’s younger brother.
“Between Che, Ike Cornish, Ryan Conway and Josh, we have four future Division I players on our roster,” Lochte said. “Although we are young and inexperienced, we have extremely skilled and talented players.”
Conway has really impressed his coach in pre-season practices and scrimmages.
“He’s a do-it-everything type of point guard,” Lochte said. “He’s a scoring point guard. He can really score in high volume.”
Joining the quartet in the starting lineup is junior forward Cameron Amoruso (6-4), a varsity reserve last season.
“We plan on going to the line a lot because we have offensive-skilled players and we will be attacking the basket,” Lochte said. “The goal is 80 percent as a team. If we can do that, we are going to be in a lot of games.”
He also expects his team to win a lot of those games.
“What I love about the team is we are extremely skilled, great ball skills and I think we can score in bunches and I’ve got a really good group of kids too,” said Lochte, citing his squad’s 3.5 grade point average.
Dulaney opens the season at home on Friday, Dec. 8 against Western Tech at 7 p.m. and the following day they will take on Mount Carmel at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 9 at Coppin State University in the 3rd annual Shirts vs. Skins Classic.