Donadsonville, GA (Future150) -- Anfernee King (Class of 2016, Seminole County/ Georgia Renegades) is a guy that means every letter of the word “athlete.”
Even though he only stands at 5-foot-10, this young player has a strong body that allows him to attack traffic in the lane and finish solid at the rim through whatever contact he encounters.
Ball handling and passing the rock are also strong skills that makes King an all around great guard.
He has some nice qualities to his game, but wants to keep working on his ball skills every day.
“I would like to work on my shot consistency from the mid-range area and from behind the arc,” King mentioned. “I also know that I need gain more confidence when I have the ball in my hands.”
The potential for King is there, but he knows practicing daily and attending basketball camps is what is going to make him even better. King is a Jr. Future150 Camp Alum and aspires to attend even more camps.
“I want to work hard on my game every single day, plus I hope to attend the Future150 National Camp and AAU Nationals,” he advised.
Although he lacks in the size comparison, King has picked out an NBA star to compare his game to.
“I tend to compare my basketball game to Dwayne Wade, because we play a lot alike on the court” he suggested. “We both are strong with the ball in our hands, plus we are a both team players.”
With the talent he possesses, King is hoping that it will help him in attending his favorite college post high school graduation.
“I really like Florida State University,” King declared. “The program has an overall great work ethic, good academics, and they have great fans.”
King is going to be a great player in high school this upcoming season and for a long time to come.