Lincoln Academy gets another high-major prospect on there roster for the team’s first season in Winston-Salem.
Rhode Island commit and 2020 four-star Elijah Wood tells Stockrisers that he will transfer to Lincoln Academy, he becomes the second pickup in the last few days with the first being Bryce McGowens.
“Just trying to get the most out of my senior year as possible, learning how to live on my own, learning how to take care of my body over a long stretch of time and to get better also to play under the wing of coach Larry Davis and staff. They’re great coaches and people and I feel they can take my game to the next level, BCC was a great place to play and I’m appreciative of everything they’ve done for me. But I feel as this is the best move that could help me reach my goal quicker,” Wood said.
“I’m looking foward to playing alongside great teammates and to play in national events and to be seen and win those games.”
As for his development, he said the following:
“I’m trying to improve on my point guard skills and to get my IQ college ready, also consistency on my shot, I want to go into Rhode Island in my freshman year with a sophomore mentality and body.”