Rampart senior Dawson Carper is no longer a high school free agent.
On Thursday, the 6-foot-11 center announced his commitment to play Division I basketball at the University of Hawaii.
Carper tweeted a video around 4 p.m. which he announces "the next chapter" of his basketball career, and thanked family, friends and coaches.
"I would like to thank my family; Mom, Dad and Toby for always being right there on this journey. And my two fans, Bubba and PapPap. You never missed anything.
He also thanks a host of coaches and organizations that helped him along the way.
"Thank you all so much," he writes as the video fades to black.
Carper is a two-year varsity veteran for the Rams and averaged 15.9 points per game as a junior. He flirted with a double-double average with 7.8 boards per game, and had 39 blocks last season.
Last year Rampart made an appearance in the CHSAA 5A Sweet 16.