D1 Nation Real Talk: 2012 PG Michael Hardge of Georgetown

The D1 nation caught up with 2012 PG Michael Hardge of Georgetown for this edition of D1 Nation Real Talk
What are some of your hobbies outside of basketball?
Football, working out & eating buffets.
What is your favorite subject at school?
U.S. History
What music are you listening to on your IPOD before a game?
Rick Ross & Slim Thug
Who’s your favorite NBA player from Texas?
Chris Bosh
List some goals you’ve set for yourself this year.
All State recognition & All District Defensive Player of the Year.
What’s the most memorable moment of your high school career?
When I scored 32 points vs Pflugerville Connally as a freshman on varsity.
2012 G Michael Hardge (shown below at Max Ivany’s All American Prodigy Camp)
What college or NBA player do you model your game after?
LeBron James
Who are the top programs who are recruiting you hardest?
Texas State (offer) & Missouri State
If you won a $1,000,000 what would you do with it?
Build a rec center & buy a lot of food.
Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?
Graduating from college and maybe going pro in football or basketball.
Hardge is a scoring PG with superior quickness and the ability to get to the hole at will.  Has started on varsity as since his freshman year and will own all Georgetown scoring records when he’s done.  He’ll get in your butt on defense, which is rare for a young player.  His shot is adequate but improving. Once defenses have to respect him as a shooter his stock will rise even more.  Has one offer under his belt from Texas State.  There’ll be plenty more to come.-Coach Max Ivany
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