I would read stuff about myself even in high school at Calvert Hall, and I wasn't a big name or anything like that. Playing a team like Gilman with a lot of top recruits, I wasn't highly recruited out of high school. I had to work, and [personal coach] Cory Robinson had to work to get my name out there. I would kill the circuit senior year, do good at all my camps, work hard. My school really wasn't known for high recruits. Going into camps, you see a lot of people rated higher than you that you know you played against them before, and you know that you can play with anybody.