By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report Owner
Tobias Harris, a Half Hollow Hills West Sr. and 2010 Tennessee recruit, recently took time do a Q&A session with The Capital Sports Report at the 2010 PrimeTime Shootout in Trenton. He is also a 2010 McDonald’s All-American, which will take place on March 31st in Columbus, Ohio. His interview is about his sports career.
* your biggest role model outside of sports
TH: “My father, because of what he’s done for me. He’s helped me both as a player and a person.”
* your favorite motto
TH: “Hard work beats talent. You can’t win on talent alone.”
* superstitions before games
TH: “I just say a prayer to God and thank him for the ability to come out here and play basketball, the game I love.”
* how sports has impacted your life
TH: “It’s impacted my life a lot. I was able to get a scholarship to a college by just playing basketball.”
* what keeps you motivated in sports
TH: “Just winning.”
* a failure that you experienced, which has made you a better athlete today
TH: “Yeah, the loss of my best friend. He passed away two summers ago. Since that time, I’ve worked harder to make my dreams come true for him.”
* going to Half Hollow Hills West
TH: “The academic side is really good. The teachers really work with you there. They give you a great education and prepare you for college.”
* why did you choose Tennessee
TH: “I liked the family atmosphere there at the school. My relationship with Bruce Pearl was also a factor in my decision. Also, playing in the SEC, what more can you ask for?”
* playing for head coach Bruce Pearl
TH: “It’s going to be fun. I can’t wait to get there to learn from him. He’s going to make me a better player and take my game to the next level.”
* playing in the SEC
TH: “It’s a great conference. The SEC is one of the best conferences in the country. I can’t wait to get to Tennessee to start playing.”
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