By David Purdum / For the AJC
Matt Kramer faces an unfamiliar challenge in his first year as head boys basketball coach Milton High School. Kramer has never coached this much talent.
Hired over the summer, Kramer made a name for himself coaching in Ohio. He turned around a struggling program at Fairless High School, before persevering through three tough seasons at Canton South. He had one player go on to play at the Division II level during his 14 seasons as a head coach in Ohio. At Milton, he inherits a roster with potentially five Division I prospects.
“With everything I’ve done with programs that don’t have a lot, I’m really excited to see what I can do with a program that does have everything you need,” said Kramer. “This is like Disneyland for me. We’ve got players at every position that are really, really good. In my experience, if you get kids who are pretty good and get them to play hard and play together, they can do great things. So if you have kids who are