Kentavious Tannell Caldwell-Pope was born in Thomaston, Georgia, to Rhonda Caldwell and Lawrence Pope. He played basketball at Greenville High School in Greenville, Georgia. As a senior, he averaged 31 points and 8.2 rebounds per game and was one of the most highly regarded high-school basketball players in the nation. He led Greenville to the State Class A Final Four in 2011 and to consecutive Sweet 16 berths in 2009-10. Caldwell-Pope participated in the McDonald's All-American Game as well as the Jordan Brand Classic as a senior and was rated the nation's No. 3 shooting guard prospect -- and the No. 12 prospect overall -- by Rivals.com. In his free time, he enjoys visiting patients in hospitals and taking part in youth basketball clinics. He also notes that golf is his hidden talent. Learn more about Caldwell-Pope by following him on Twitter @CaldwellPope and on Instagram @caldwellpope.