Sure he's 6'7", but he didn't start for the first half of the season.
Coach Rick Morrow said, Pat Hebda, hasn't reached his potential yet and anticipates he'll play at a much higher level in the future.
Perhaps that's why the University of Michigan Dearborn signed Hebda to play basketball for them in the fall.
Morrow said Hebda made the most of his oportunity halfway through the season and has, "all the potential in the world."
When Hebda finally did get his chance to start for the Trojans the team never lost a single game. The Trojans finished the season 13-1.
Hebda contributed to in the history of .
Morrow said Hebda has an excellent touch from the outside and a very quick first step, which makes for several mismatches.
He received the Most Improved Player award and was a Downriver Area Honorable Mention.
Outside of basketball, Hebda is also a member of the National Honors Society.
"Don't be surprised if you see him at another level in a couple of years," Morrow said. "Pat's stats don't show his progress because he had limited time at the beginning."