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Invited to Mexican National Team and is first Mexican Basketball Player born in NYC to play at the collegiate and national level.
Angel is very well connected, and has met NBA Stars such as Kyrie Irving, Dirk Nowitzki, Wilson Chandler, Steve Nash & more through the Steve Nash foundation. He believes in development through his hard work and credits a part of it to his mentor Coach Victor, Ricky Hall & KYDA (Keep Youth Dreams Alive).
Rising Junior at Marymount University
As a Freshman, Montell won Rookie of the Year in the Atlantic east conference and the State of Virginia. As a Sophomore, Cooper was named All-Conference Second Team.
Rising Junior at Marymount University
Wyatt began his freshman year of college at Elizabethtown College, where he started 18 games, averaging 9.2 PPG. After a nice freshman campaign, Wyatt transferred to Marymount University where he is studying Business Management, with a minor in Marketing. This past season he started 25 games and averaged 8.8 PPG at Marymount.
Rising Junior at McDaniel College
Eddie walked on and has battled a ton of adversity to be where he is. He has got a lot of lessons to teach and a lot of great advice for young basketball players.
"I want to provide as much guidance as I can for the kids to achieve all their goals with basketball and in life!”
Rising Junior at Endicott College
Jalen is inching closer to his 1000 points at Endicott College. He has had a stellar career so far at Endicott College and looks to continue to do so this upcoming season.
Outside of Endicott College, Jalen has a sponsorship with ISlide. Working with them and now HiQ, Jalen's impact on the game of basketball is clear. He wants to help others get better!
Rising Graduate Transfer at Hood College
Mike was a 4-starter at McDaniel College where he finished with 827 points, 175 assists, and played over 2,000 minutes in just 74 games. Mike finished his McDaniel senior campaign this past season where he averaged 15.3 ppg and was awarded second team all-centennial. After Graduating with his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Mike transferred to Hood College as a graduate student with one year of eligibility left. He looks to obtain his Master’s degree in Business Administration while at Hood.
In his free time, Mike loves coaching and training younger basketball players, as he is heavily involved with his hometown community.
Rising Sophomore at Keene State College
Octavio is originally from Lincoln, RI and played at Lincoln HS.
Octavio had a great freshman campaign for the Owls where he played in all 28 games, and quickly made a name for himself, starting in 23 of those games. Octavio made a huge impact and he was part of a deep KSC squad who finished 21-7, after a remarkable run to the LEC championship and a stellar victory over Swarthmore in the opening round of the NCAA tournament, on their home floor. Octavio is looking to come back even better next season as he averaged 13.0 ppg in 21’-22’ as well as taking home the Rookie of the year for the Little East Conference.
HiQ is something that Octavio is really excited to be a part of so that he can impact not only the youth basketball players in his community, but as well as everywhere around the world.
Rising Senior at Wilson College
Ayanna Is originally from Lancaster, Pennsylvania and played at Lancaster Catholic high school.
She started her collegiate career at Elizabethtown college, where she played in 20 games. After her freshman year, Ayanna decided to transfer to Wilson College to continue her studies in Early Childhood Education, along with getting the opportunity to play basketball at a high level. At Wilson College, Ayanna started 26 games and averaged 13 ppg.
Outside of basketball, Ayanna enjoys her job where she assists adults with special needs. After work she takes to binge watching Netflix , shopping, and going out to eat at any pasta restaurant.
Rising Senior at McDaniel College
Carter is home grown in Carroll County where McDaniel College resides. He is the second player out of Century High School to play college basketball. He initially started his career at Drew University, but after two seasons decided to transfer closer to home and wear the Green and Gold.
Carter started every game for the Green Terror this past season and is quite the shooter. He averaged 7.7 ppg and shot 38% from downtown. He looks to take a leadership role this upcoming season and help McDaniel be a competitor in the Centennial Conference.
In his free time, Carter loves coaching and training younger basketball players, as he is heavily involved with his hometown community as well as hitting the links to play some golf.
Rising Freshman at Marymount University
James is from Goochland, Virginia and played at The Collegiate School in Richmond, Virginia.
James decided to join forces with the HiQ family because he believes that the best trainer is yourself. He also believes that HiQ is offering something that can help people who can't afford or find a personal trainer. HiQ allows you to have the resources to train yourself right from your pocket and also have direct connection to College Coaches and Players.
James is looking forward to taking an increased involvement in guiding and showing kids how working hard will pay off. He wants to encourage youth athletes to push themselves and see where it takes them.
James is looking to have a good career at Marymount!
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