Devontae Wilson isn't doing this on his own.
He's glad for that. The Battery Creek High School sophomore thinks the Dolphins are playing more as a team than they did a season ago.
Wilson and teammate Yuneek Crittendon lead Battery Creek in scoring, at 12.5 points per game. But Wilson said he doesn't look at the numbers.
After starting as a freshman, Wilson worked to improve his jumping ability and pull-up jump shot. His work is for the team, he said.
"We don't care who scores the most," he said. "I always look to my team. I can't win by myself."
Battery Creek is 10-10 on the season and 8-3 in Region 6-AA entering tonight's region matchup with North Charleston. Coach Antoine Youmans believes a victory could help the Dolphins secure the No. 2 seed and a home playoff game.
And that's what Wilson and his teammates have in mind.
"Go far in the playoffs, that's all we're looking for," Wilson said. "We're a pretty good team."
The Beaufort Gazette and The Island Packet caught up with Wilson this week and ran him through the Two-Minute Drill.
What's one word that describes you? Outgoing.
Best way to spend free time? Working on my skills.
Last movie you saw? Coach Carter.
Favorite sports movie? Coach Carter.
Who would play you in a movie? Morris Chestnut.
Favorite pregame meal? Half a sub sandwich from Subway.
Favorite postgame meal? The other half.
Favorite college sports team? University of Florida.
Favorite professional sports team? The Miami Heat and Orlando Magic.
Most hated team? Boston Celtics.
Favorite athlete? LeBron James and Brandon Jennings.
Celebrity you would want to have dinner with? Beyonce.
Last book you read? Usually I read magazines, like sports magazines. Sports Illustrated, I read all the articles.
Favorite school subject? English.
Facebook or Twitter? Twitter.
XBox, Wii or PS3? XBox.
And what game are you playing? Call of Duty.
The last song to play on your iPod? "Love Me," by Lil Wayne, featuring Future and Drake.
TV show you can watch over and over again? Blue Mountain State.
Best high school sports memory? Scoring 24 points against Cane Bay my freshman year.
What are you looking forward to this summer? Working out with coaches, getting ready for my junior year.