George Conditt IV is a 16yr old rising Senior at Corliss H.S. youngest of 5 boys. The only true basketball player, in a family full of football players. Conditt has been playing both basketball and football since he was 5 years old. Playing football is where he acquired the toughness and grit needed for his style of play. After 9 years, Conditt began to focus solely on his basketball, committing full-time. Conditt is now a 6'10" rising Senior with multiple scholarship offers on the table.
Q:How old were you when you figured out that you loved basketball? (And how did it happen?)
A: At the age of 5, playing biddy ball at the local park district.
Q: What part of your game have you been working on this summer?
A: Ability to guard all 5 positions & better my perimeter shooting.
Q: What personal goals do you have for the upcoming season?
A: Win a 2A State title & to put Corliss H.S. on the map, as a basketball power in Chicago.
Q: What would you like to do professionally after your basketball career is over?
A: Getting a job in the technical engineering field.
Q: If you had a chance to train with any NBA post player, who would it be?
A: Anthony Davis
Q: Which college have been recruiting you the hardest?
A: University of Texas El Paso.
Q: Who has been the most inspirational person in your life thus far?
A: My father, George Conditt III
Q: Which sport would you play OTHER THAN basketball?
Q: Name three things you're going to look for when choosing a college destination?
A: A good engineering program, a basketball program where I can grow and develop & a good, safe college campus
Q:The game is tied up in overtime with TEN seconds left, you're driving to the basket to score but the double-teams comes; Name One person you'd want to pass to for the game winner?
A: My H.S. teammate Elgin Stevenson & My AAU teammate Andrew Reyes
Name One song you know by heart:
A: Humble by Kendrick Lamar
Favorite Dish your mom makes:
A: Steaks, black beans & white rice
Favorite Basketball Player of All Time:
A: DR.J Julius Erving (HE was smooth and made it look effortless)
Name A Movie you've seen 50 times:
A: Movie "Waterboy"
Name a quote your dad tells you over & over:
A: "If you see me in a fight with a bear, help the bear. Then I might be to get away!"