Budding star in Texas

The Dallas Mustangs AAU club has always produced top level prospects, and the Mustangs have a good young one in 2007 three-star prospect D'walyn Roberts from Duncanville (Texas) High School. Still growing and full of upside, the 6-foot-6, 180-pound wing player is already eyeballing some of the best college programs in the country.
"I like Kansas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas and Illinois," said Roberts. "I'd say North Carolina is my favorite right now.
"I like Coach Williams a lot. He does a good job and lets his team get up and run. I think an up tempo style will best suit my game."
Roberts, who is averaging 15 points and 8 rebounds per game for his 25-9 team, has winning a national championship at the top of his agenda while playing college ball. It is looking like he just might have the tools to help a team win a national championship one day.
"D'walyn is 6'6 and very long, and he can play inside and out," said Coach Tony Johnson of the Dallas Mustangs. "He's an above average three-point shooter and has the ability to create his own shot. D'walyn is an all around player. He may end up being a 6"9 guard, and he's a straight A student."
Roberts gave this assessment of his game.
"I need to get a lot stronger and continue to improve my ball handling," said Roberts. "I've been working hard and it's starting to pay off.
"I think my greatest strength is my ability to play inside and out. I feel I'm a good shooter, and as I get stronger, I will be tough on the blocks."