"I know I won't be drafted, but maybe I can turn somebody's head in a tryout or in a camp. I was always hurt or sick in high school. I'm just getting healthy again and want to see what I can do."
Heroman has diabetes and said he blew out his knee in high school.
"You name it, and I've had it," he said.
"He was a good role player," U-High coach Ari Fisher said. "He averaged maybe six or eight points a game. He understood the game. I tried him at point guard his sophomore year. He was a diabetic. He was thin, and there was a problem with his stamina. But he was as good as anybody for two or three minutes."
Damn, that is a long losing streak. Congrats to Brown. Now if only Clemson can defeat North Carolina at home, the event would cause a chain reaction that could unravel the very fabric of the space-time continuum and destroy the entire universe.