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Updated: May 11, 2020

Peyton Kemp. High IQ and floor general who can lead and give you buckets any way you want it. A lot of players don't want any smoke with the young bull.

Get familiar with Peyton Kemp.

1.When did you first start playing basketball?                                           

I started playing basketball when I was 6 my mom started training I was in kindergarten.

2.Who has been the biggest influence on you as a student athlete and why?                 

The biggest influence on me as a student athlete is my mom because she’s taught me how to play basketball and how to read, write, do maths etc.

3.If you could work out and be mentored by one player in the NBA, who would it be and why?                                                                             

If I could workout and be mentored by one NBA player It would be Kyrie because that’s who I model my game after and it would be great to learn from him.

4.Tell us a little bit about some of the things you work on to improve your game.             

The things that I work on to improve my game are my strength, ball handling, finishing around the basket and my jump shot.

5.You are a talented offensive player and have been on the national seen for some time now. What keeps you motivated?                   

What keeps me motivated is I’ll never know what’ll happen next one day I might be here the next day I might be gone so that pushes me to make the most out of each day I’m here on Earth.

6.What is the most important lesson your parents have taught you about being a student-athlete?                                                                   

The most important lesson my mom has taught me is that school comes before basketball.

7.We at Top Elite feature players and teams on the rise and those who have been exceptional for a while. What are some things you feel are your strengths as a player?              I feel my strengths as a player are my passing skills, being able to handle pressure, having a great jumper , and my ability to lead my team when sometimes being the youngest guy.

8.If you had to choose one player or team as your toughest competition, who would it be?    Playing up against the older guys is always my toughest competition.

9.How many hours a week do you train and what part of your game do you work on the most and why?                                                             

I train about 4-5 hours a week and I work on my overall game. I do this so I can become the best player I can be.

10.When you have a tough game, what are some things you do mentally that keep you motivated? 

When I have a tough game I just keep my head up and set my teammates up that are having a better game than me.

11.If you can do and be anything else besides a basketball player when you grow up, what would it be and why?

If I were to do something else besides be a basketball player I would want to be a trainer. I would want to do this because I would want to help kids to become better players.

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