By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report Owner
Frantz Massanet, a Trenton Catholic Academy Sr. and 2010 Drexel recruit, recently took time to do a Q&A session with The Capital Sports Report at the 2010 PrimeTime Shootout in Trenton. His interview is about his sports career.
* your biggest role model outside of sports
FM: “I would have to say my father. He’s been a big part of my life. He showed me the good way to live.”
* your favorite motto
FM: “This is my dream a lot.”
* superstitions before games
FM: “I like to listen to the same song before games. I might wear the same boxers as the game before if I had a good game.”
* how sports has impacted your life
FM: “It has impacted my life a lot, because of the area I live in. It’s very easy to get caught up in the streets and do something bad.”
* what keeps you motivated in sports
FM: “I want to be the best in basketball.”
* a failure that you experienced, which has made you a better athlete today
FM: “I would say . . . I can’t think of anything. I just have to stay grounded and be humble.”
* going to Trenton Catholic Academy
FM: “The academic side of TCA is very good. Actually, it helps a lot of the students to have teachers that are always there for you.”
* why he selected basketball to play
FM: “My father put a ball in my hand, so that’s how I selected it to play.”
* when he started to play basketball
FM: “I started to play around 6-years-old. And I haven’t stopped playing since that time.”
* your favorite player of all-time
FM: “LeBron James.”
* any special meaning to his jersey number 
FM: “It is a number that I’ve always had. I used to have No. 1, but then I wanted to humble myself, so I decided to add the zero and become the number 10.”
* why he chose Drexel University
FM: “I decided to go to Drexel, because it’s a great academic school. Plus, they are a very talented basketball team.”
* playing for head coach Bruiser Flint at Drexel
FM: “It’s going to be good. He’s a good coach, who will only make me a better player. I’m looking forward to playing for him.”
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