Chester, PA (Future150) -- Most serious injuries require a surgery, especially most types of leg injuries.
Ahrod Carter out of Chester, Pennsylvania is young kid who unfortunately suffered a leg injury recently, but neglected to have any type of surgery and ended up coming back to the ball court as good as new.
The injury did not slow this 5-foot-8, 140 pound point guard down at all. According to most people around him, he came back at full force and is now playing better than ever.
As a point guard he manages the game really well. He can get about anywhere on the court with his ball handling skills.
He has some relentless on ball defense and just makes it really hard for his opponent to get off a good shot.
Carter has the ability to finish strong at the rim, has a really good mid-range jump shot, and he can even shoot it well from deep.
“I feel that my strengths are my ball-handling, quickness, and my jump shot,” Carter advised. “Those are my strong points, but I also like working hard on my drive to the basket and the mental part of the game, making sure that I’m making the right decision on the court.”
Since there was an injury in the past, he just wants to keep getting out on the court and playing basketball as much as he can.
Playing ball is going to allow him to prove he is one of the better guards in his class.
One way he can prove that is attending basketball camps and just playing good basketball.
“I plan on playing AAU (Team Final) this summer period since I'm healthy and helping my team win championships," he provided. “I plan on going to Jr. Future150 camp, Nike Pre-Draft camp, and some Hoop Group camps.
This young athlete is going to be a big part of Team Final’s future.
“I hope that this upcoming season that I play hard, make my teammates better, and just become more of a leader on the court,” Carter said.