MLK point guard Paul Jackson came off the board this weekend with a pledge to Eastern Kentucky. The 5’10 speedy lead guard earned GACA All-State honors last season.
Former Tennessee signee Phil Cofer is know headed to Florida State following a coaching change for the Volunteers. The 6’8 Whitewater product also considered Alabama, Cincinnati and Auburn. He becomes the fifth member of FSU’s 2014 recruiting class.
Taylor County senior Gerdarius Troutman ended his recruitment with a commitment to South Carolina State. The 6’4 sharp shooting guard was a First Team All-State performer last season after averaging over 22 points per game.
Former Tennessee signee CJ Turman is headed to Florida Atlantic University. The 6’8 power forward is the third member of new Head Coach Michael Curry’s 2014 recruiting class.
Aquinas senior Ahmed Hill has decided to follow former Marquette Head Coach Buzz Williams to his new assignment at Virginia Tech. He was the Class A Player of the year this season and is our #2 ranked prospect in the 2014 class.
Our top ranked available 2014 prospect came off the board when Cameron Johnson signed with the College of Charleston on Wednesday. The 6’4 wing averaged 21 points and 8 rebounds this season. Johnson picked the Cougars over Radford, FAU, South Alabama, Furman and others.
Daniel Fowler of Allatoona HS has given a verbal commitment to Furman University. Fowler has been a 4-year starter for Head Coach Markus Hood and averaged nearly 17 points per game during his senior season. Fowler also considered Southern Miss, Jacksonville and others.
Westside’s Damion Ottman has committed to Troy University following a senior season that saw him average 11.2 points and 7.2 rebounds per game.
Junior combo guard Willie Jackson came off the board last night with a verbal pledge to UConn. The 6’5 high scoring guard becomes the second member of Head Coach Kevin Ollie’s 2015 recruiting class.
“I chose UConn because I love their style of play,” Jackson told SNY.tv. “The school has great tradition and the coaches are great people that I feel will make me a better person and basketball player.
Morgan County point guard Tookie Brown ended his recruitment early with a commitment to Head Coach Rick Ray and Mississippi State. The junior became the third member of the Bulldogs’ 2015 recruiting class. Brown also had offers from Xavier, UAB and Murray State.