Before enrolling at Henry Ford, De’Angelo was a standout at Oscar A Carlson high school in Gibraltar. During his senior campaign he lead Carlson to a 14-8 record averaging 13 points and 7.5 rebounds a game. He was voted to the All-Conference team in the Downriver League for his efforts.
The Wolves have been looking to shore up their rebounding woes. With the loss of leading rebounder Doug Sharples and big man Balazs Juhasz completing an internship this season, they are looking for players who are tough and have a nose for the ball which is where Solomon steps in. Solomon is the son of Shirl Solomon of Brownstown.
Solomon, a power forward, averaged 3.5 points and 3.2 rebounds per game at Henry Ford and provided a physical inside presence that should carry over to UM-Dearborn.