“I was playing with Neptune at the age of six years of age until I was 20, and is where I made a lot of friendships for life.
“Some people take that stuff for granted, and only when you have to do things for yourself its then you respect everything our parents do for us.
“I suppose the biggest thing I miss from home is my mam, as I’m definitely a mammy’s boy! I talk to her everyday on Facetime so that’s helps me a lot, and her.
“I’m playing in Winchendon prep school in Northern Massachusetts. We are in the AA in the NEPSAC which is in the second highest League in New England.
“I was lucky to play with the Irish teams in different programs from U16 to U20, and would love to continue to do so at senior level. I hope one day money isn’t the factor as when it come to playing at the level, that it's a chance to showcase your talent, and I think Basketball Ireland are taking the right steps right now."
“I was lucky enough to get home for a few days at Christmas which was great, as I got to spend time with my parents, family and friends which was great.