The Park Center Pirates have five Senior's with various college offers in their 2020 class. With that amount of talent it can make it tough for young guys to get minutes, even the talented ones. 

As a 2022 six-foot three-inch shooting guard Braeden Carrington has managed to break into the rotation for the Pirates while scoring 6.4 points per game, sixth best on the team. Over the course of 21 recorded games he's put up double figure scoring games five times including a season high 13 versus Totino Grace. In the Totino game Carrington knocked down a few 3's while Totino fell in zone. 

Carrington's AAU play playing for Grassroots Sizzle earned him a Florida offer this past summer. His potential seen this winter earned him an offer from Missouri. Those two offers are from really solid Division One programs. As Carrington winds down his sophomore year, and then turns to AAU, I'm sure we'll see him pick up more offers. 

Q: First and foremost, congratulations on the Missouri offer. That's a good D1 offer. Have you received any of offers so far?
A: Yes, I have Florida.

Q: That's nice. How's the season going so far?
A: It's good.

Q: How have you played so far? 
A: I’ve played decent could be doing better.

Q: Is it difficult playing behind so much talent and figuring out your role?
A: It took me a while to figure out my role but now I fit in fine.

Q: Anything you are learning from this year's Senior's?
A: I’ve learned that I’m not going to get all the shots and I’ve learned to move without the ball more.

Q:  Does that differ from AAU?
A: Yeah AAU I can take more shots and be more of a leader on the team.

Q: What parts of your game do you think sets you apart from others?
A: I think my shooting and my IQ for the game sets me apart from the others.