ABILENE, Texas - Isaiah Tripp signed his National Letter of Intent to play for the Wildcats back on April 16th and last week he was excited to finally set foot on campus.
Tripp hit the ground running to say the least. After arriving on June 1st, he had morning workouts before hitting the with local kids for ACU's annual basketball camp.
The 6'5 guard hails from Baltimore, Maryland, but spent his senior year at Future's College Prep in Carson, California.
"My expectations are just bringing a whole atmosphere here," said Tripp. "A fun atmosphere. An atmosphere where we're gonna work hard, and [I can] just to be a leader. Out of myself, I expect to play well and work hard, but as a team I expect us to do that as well, and that's just gonna come by working hard."
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