Harrisburg High School and NCAA D1 Standout Declares for the NBA Draft

April 06, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports News
Quincy Roberts worked out and demonstrated his skills before friends, family, and the media today at an event at the Harrisburg High School gym. After putting up monster numbers this year at Grambling State University including averaging 23.9 point per game with several exceeding 30, Roberts is ready to play professional basketball.

A top trainer to NBA athletes works Roberts out and it shows. Athletically, Roberts is ready for the league. Since leaving Harrisburg for division one basketball, Roberts' has honed his skills particularly in his ability to get the shot off. His average points per game show his ability to get the ball in the hoop and his .801 free throw percentage indicates his precision. Coach Smallwood said that it was an honor to coach Quincy and that he was thrilled to have him back at the Harrisburg High School gym for the announcement.

Roberts was in Harrisburg as much to declare for the NBA draft as he was to show the Harrisburg community what you can accomplish with a will to succeed. While at Harrisburg High School, Roberts father passed away. Quincy Roberts said, "I know my dad is looking down on me" about his father at the event.

His determination to play basketball and his will to overcome adversity pulled him through this difficult situation. Now, Roberts stands at the doorstep of success because of his hard work and dedication. Roberts said, "I came a long way, but I didn't get here on my own. I wanted to have this conference and let everyone know, I'm thankful."