Endless Motor Sports had the privilege of speaking with 2018 4star guard Robby Carmody, the #60 player in the country per Scout. The Mars High School (PA) standout speaks on the high school season, additions to his game over the summer and where he’s at with the recruiting process.
I. High School Season
EM: How are things going for Mars so far from a team and individual standpoint?
RC: We’ve done really well. We surprised a lot of people coming out and winning the big games that we have. And I think overall I’ve been doing really well and doing the things I need to do for us to win.
EM: Can you tell us what it was like going up against your AAU teammate Dwayne Cohill and Holy Name recently?
RC: It was awesome. I love the kid and playing against him was an amazing experience.
Arizona was in today for 2018 Mars High guard Robby Carmody as he went for 31 and 12 in the win
— Corey Evans (@coreyevans_10) January 14, 2017
II. Off-Season Improvements
EM: What did you work on and add to your game over the summer and fall?
RC: I’ve worked a lot on my ballhandling and passing as well as my jumpshot and rebounding.
Final: Mars 92, Montour 77. Robby Carmody finishes with 42 points, 15 rebounds, 5 steals, 2 blocks. KJ Rhodes led Montour with 30/7/5 #WPIAL
— Brian Batko (@BrianBatko) January 7, 2017
III. Recruiting Update
EM: Turning to recruiting a bit, can you tell us which schools have offered you?
RC: Duquesne, Penn State, Cincinnati, Xavier, Notre Dame, Purdue, Pitt, Stanford, Northwestern, DePaul, Penn, Louisville, Syracuse, Michigan, Ohio State, Michigan, Rice
EM: Which schools are recruiting you the hardest/showing the most interest?
RC: Syracue, Notre Dame, Pitt, Penn, Michigan, Purdue
EM: Any visits line up?
RC: Not right now.
Robby Carmody with 25pts 9rbs 5 stls 5 ast & Andrew Recchis w 21 pts as Mare beats 2 time defending NY state champs horseheads 57-38.
— PGH Bball Report (@PGHbballReport) December 29, 2016
IV. Season Goals
EM: What are your goals for the rest of the season for both the team and yourself?
RC: Win section and get back to states.
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