Jaron Blossomgame interview

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Height: 6-7   Weight: 200   Hometown: Alpharetta, GA (Chattahoochee HS)   Class: 2012

From 513 Sports:

513 Sports: What do you think you need to work on to become successful at the next level and what do you consider your strengths to be?

Blossomgame: To be successful at the next level I must continue to work on my ball handling because it's crucial to be able to handle it at my height at the college level. My strengths would be shooting, driving, and scoring at the rim and I'm a great defensive player.

513 Sports: You guys are off to an impressive 8 and 0 start, do you think you are playing up to your expectations and do you think you guys could possibly make a run at the Georgia AAAA title?

Blossomgame: Yeah we are playing great now! I recently broke our schools scoring record but I feel like we haven't played to our greatest potential yet. We are currently ranked 3rd in the state. If we can consistently play up to our fullest potential we could go all the way!

513 Sports: Have you set any goals for yourself at Clemson?

Blossomgame: ACC freshman of the year! All-American. Win an ACC title.

513 Sports: Do you think you have the basketball intelligence and talent to make it to the NBA?

Blossomgame: As of right now, talent-wise, yes, but intelligence, no. But over the years of learning I receive at Clemson from their coaches I'm quite sure I'll have a great chance of playing in the NBA.

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