Darrell Collier and Rudy Carey, lifelong friends and former teammates at Denver East High School, were elated when Darrell's son, Dominique, decided to play basketball for their alma mater. Dominique's extraordinary talent became apparent at a young age, with his innate instincts and unrivaled skills setting him apart on the court. His potential was further validated when he competed against top-tier players from Chicago and Indiana while playing for a team in Milwaukee. In his junior year, Dominique's exceptional performance earned him numerous accolades, including being named the Denver Post Colorado Mr. Basketball and the Colorado Gatorade Player of the Year. He also had the honor of representing Team USA's under 16s and played a vital role in leading the East Angels to the state finals. Driven by a deep desire to follow in his family's footsteps and represent his city, Dominique made history by committing to the University of Colorado, becoming the first-ever Denver public schools basketball player to do so. The remarkable journey of this young basketball star is an inspiring testament to his talent, determination, and the unwavering support of his family and friends. Watch the video to delve into Dominique's captivating story and witness his extraordinary skills on the court.