His brilliant play has lead Samoa to the Qualifying Final Round as week 2 of the Games commences.
The 17-year old sensation pumped in 27 points, six rebounds, five assists and added 5 blocks for good measure in their thrilling 98-90 win over Tonga to tow the host country to the next round.
"It's always been my dream playing at this level. I remember when I was young I didn't think I would play internationally because I was living in New Zealand but then my Dad loved coming back home to Samoa," Dru shared.
"We would come here once a year so when we had the opportunity to play for Samoa we just grabbed it right away. I'm proud to represent my country," he added.
Dru is averaging 24.7 points and 7.0 rebounds including a personal-best 32 points against defending champion, Guam.
After losing their first two games to Guam (81-105) and New Caledonia (63-76), Samoa came up huge in a win or go home contest against Tonga to advance to the Qualifying Finals and face Papua New Guinea.
"I've seen a few games of PNG, they are very athletic and know how to play. It will be tough and we still got to work our system trust each other and see how it goes," Dru said.
"We have to play really hard and we can do it through teamwork to earn that "W" and hopefully advance to the Semi-Finals," he added.
Dru also commended the tremendous boost the team receives playing in front of their home crowd.
"The momentum from the crowd every time we score and the crowd goes crazy that lifts us up as a team. I'm hoping they bring the same energy in our next game and we will do our best to make everyone proud of us."