Jake Bertonlini-Felice is looking to have a great senior year at Trinity School in Raleigh, NC. After graduation, Jake will head to Gettysburg college to play for Coach B.J. Dunne and staff.
Bertonlini-Felice is a fundamentally skilled guard that can score the ball in a variety of different ways. He is a knockdown three-point shooter with a pure stroke and mechanics. Over the course of the Big Shots circuit, Bertonlini-Felice has been one of the higher motor prospects we have seen.
When asking Jake what made Gettysburg the place for him?
He responded, “It was a love connection from the beginning with the coaching staff. Coach Dunne was one of the first coaches that recruited me and over the years our relationship grew and it got to a point where I just knew he was the guy I wanted to play for. I love Coach Haddon and Elberg too. Combine that with the school’s strong academic reputation, beautiful campus, and a group of awesome guys on the roster and I knew it was the spot for me.”
We then asked Jake what he is looking to bring to the program?
“I’m looking to bring a winning attitude, a relentless work ethic, and lots of versatility on the court to the program. I want to be a guy that continues to implement the right kind of culture to the program in what will be Coach Dunne’s third year at Gettysburg,” he stated.
Lastly, Jake told us about his major personal or team goals he wishes to accomplish while at Gettysburg?
He told us, “Right now I’m just focused on having a great senior season and contending for a state title. But one of my individual goals for college is to be a guy who can step in and make an impact from my Freshman year in whatever role that may be. And my team goals would be to win the Centennial and win a National title.”
We wish Jake Bertonlini-Felice and his family the best of luck and look forward to following his career as a Bullet in the Centennial.