Cory Dollarhide, 5’10”, 175, Freshman

Corry-Dollarhide2_thumb.jpgCory came to AVC very late in the summer of the 2014-15 from Inglewood HS and was behind the sophomore dominated team at AVC in system knowledge and physicality but was full of potential.  Cory and the AVC coaching staff decided to have him red-shirt.

Although Cory had the grades to move directly to the University level, he missed on his SAT score.  His goal to play D-1 ball and get a scholarship an ultimately play at highest level possible.  Corry wants to improve his ball handling and get stronger.

Currently Cory is a  Communications major, and after his basketball career ends, he would like to be a sportscaster.

It turned out to be a great red-shirt year for Cory Dollarhide.  He took his academics seriously.  Cory never missed a practice.  He gained 15 pounds of muscle in the weight room.  Very bright young man who has learned the AVC system.  Finally, a deadly long range shooter, a much improved defender and ball-handler, an “Inglewood” tough guy and a quiet leader.  Expect great things from Cory this year.

July 19, 2015

Improved every game in the Summer Shootout.  Knocked down three straight three balls to help AVC pull away from Saddleback for win.

September 9, 2015

Sstanding out in workouts is freshman guard Cory Dollarhide, 5’10”, 175.  Cory, from Inglewood High School, who red-shirted last year at AVC, is one of those players who is a high character individual.  Finishes first in all conditioning workouts.  Dead eye shooter and shut down defender.  Add to that he is a tough guy who is smart and never gives up on a play.

Dollarhide took full advantage of his freshmen year.  I am especially impressed with his new ability to create his own open shots.  Expecting a great freshman year from the “Sentinel.”

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