|Position||PG||Height||6-0||Weight||School||Wilmington High School||Hometown||Willmington, Ohio||Incoming Year||2010|
|Offered By||Miami, Wright State|
Initially posted by mollautt on 07/15/08 at 3:01 pm
2010 Prospect: Quinten attended Miami's Elite Camp in June, 2008. As a sophomore, Quinten Rollins was named the FAVC Cardinal Division player of the year and earned Ohio Southwest District first-team honors. Quinton is also an honor roll student.
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RedHawk Insider (01/08/09): Introducing Quinten Rollins
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Miami has offered Q.
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RedHawk Insider (06/17/09): Rollins Now With Two Offers
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RedHawk Insider (07/03/09): Rollins Returns To Miami’s Elite Camp
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"Q” commits to Miami! RedHawk Insider (07/03/09): Rollins Ready To Be A RedHawk - free story
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"Josh Sewell, in my mind, is the most aggressive perimeter player I’ve ever signed as a head coach,” said Coles. “This guy is aggressive on offense, he takes the ball to the basket, he’s got a great pull-up jump shot, needs to work on his outside shot a little bit, but boy can he get fouled. On defense, he’s equally as aggressive. Physically, he could play for our basketball team right now. That’s what excites me most about him. He’s ready to play physically and he’s ready to play mentally."
"Quinten Rollins is probably the best combo football/basketball player we’ve ever signed,” said Coles. “This young man had over 350 yards of total offense against Cincinnati Turpin in a playoff game a few weeks ago. Quinten is equally as good on the basketball floor, and probably better. If he had decided to play football, he would probably have been a high recruit, but he loves basketball and tells me he loves Miami University, and I’m so glad because I think this guy can come in, along with Josh Sewell, and play right away and not give up anything."
"If someone would ask me who has the most professional potential of any guy that I’ve signed since (Wally) Szczerbiak, it would be Jon Harris,” remarked Coles. “He’s 6-foot-8, very thin, but very skilled. He shoots an outside jump shot and really can shoot the ball. Plus, unlike most 6-foot-8 kids, he can get the shot off on his own. He doesn’t need a screen. His biggest drawback right now is physical strength. It may take him a month or two when he gets here, but there’s no doubt in my mind that that young man is headed for basketball success."
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From Hamilton Journal-News (11/12/09): Kentucky standout signs with RedHawks
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RedHawk In$ider (02/09/10): Rollins Looking to Take Home State
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