Now more than ever, the recent acts of social injustice has created a trend for athletes to commit to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). Pro Holmes Sports Academy (PHS) guard Caleb Muller is a prime example of that.
“I’m trying to change the culture,” Muller told 305Sports after committing to Florida A&M.
Before committing to the Rattlers, the 2021 prospect was talking to about ten other Division I programs.
What made Florida A&M stand out?
“The coaching staff believes in what I can add to their program and want to help me grow on and off the court,” the Westminster Academy alum said.
Throughout his time with PHS Academy, Muller posted a 28 point outing against Georgia United, going 6 of 8 from beyond the arc. As for his high school career, Muller hit 111 three-pointers, an accomplishment he takes pride in.
“I create spacing on the court with my ability to shoot and extend my range beyond the three-point line,” the guard claims. ” [I] also [love] bringing energy on defense.”
PHS Academy, who has recently sent former Archbishop McCarthy guard Bradley Alcime to Tulsa, is known for producing and exposing top talent.
“PHS, more specifically coach Aaron Holmes has helped me get the exposure I needed and the interests and offers I deserved,” Muller states.
Once the 6-foot-6 sharpshooter heads off to Florida A&M, he hopes to “make the NCAA tournament and win as many games as possible.”