The 17-year-old basketballer, from Derby and a student at Noel-Baker School, plays for the Derby Trailblazers, where he was part of the team to win the National Under-16 Conference, and has also represented England at Under-17 level.
Callum says: "This year I will be starting my year 12 at Noel-Baker School Sixth form, where I will be studying three A levels and playing for Derby College in the EABL league, which consists of the best basketball colleges in England.
"In addition to this, I will also be playing for Derby trailblazers under-18 and the Men's Division Three team to also further my development.
"During this season I will be training five days a week and also adding one or two games on the weekend. Also this year I have attended additional national camps and also traveling to different countries to play against teams like Scotland, Tunisia and Sweden.
"The goals for me and my team is to win the EABL title and also make final fours for my under-18 Derby Trailblazers team. I think we have trained hard enough this year to be able to make that happen.
"My goals for the future are to pass all my A levels in the next 2 years to be able to get a scholarship to play basketball in America or Europe. In the future, I will be hoping to be able to make a living playing basketball."