Roscoe Smith is a 6’8” rising senior forward from Baltimore, Maryland. Equipped with a 7’1” wingspan, the two-time all-Baltimore selection is set to attend Oak Hill for his final season. In an interview with Blue Devil Nation, Smith talks about the transition to Oak Hill, his father’s decision to help keep him off of the streets, and his conversation with Mike Krzyzewski.
Blue Devil Nation:
I just sat down with my mother and father and, you know, just went over what we thought about Oak Hill. It was a recent decision…maybe two or three weeks ago…right after school finished.
Did you visit the school with you family?
Oh, no, I haven’t gone down there, but I’ve talked with players like Doron Lamb. He told me about the basketball and scenery and all that. He told me it was just basketball nonstop. That was my number one goal because, coming out of a public school, we only play, like, sixteen games. And me making that transition to college, where we might be playing forty games in forty nights, is gonna make it easier.
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