Harry Giles is a remarkable basketball player hailing from High Point, North Carolina. Measuring an impressive six foot ten, he dominates the post for Wesleyan Christian and displays his versatile skills on the court. Harry's exceptional abilities to shoot, pass, handle the ball, and block shots have earned him the title of one of the best players in the 2016 class. His success, however, goes beyond his natural athleticism. Harry attributes his accomplishments to the family atmosphere at Wesleyan Christian, where unity and support are highly valued. Under the guidance of Coach Keith Gatlin, a former player at the University of Maryland and professionally, the team learns valuable lessons. Coach Gatlin shares the tragic story of his college roommate, Len Bias, who died of a drug overdose shortly after being drafted by the Boston Celtics. This cautionary tale reminds players like Harry to surround themselves with positive influences and make wise choices. Despite facing challenges such as a serious knee injury, Harry's determination and the supportive environment at Wesleyan Christian have helped him rise above and become an exceptional basketball player.