Editors Note: Our #JucoReportPreview series takes a look at numerous Junior College programs that are participating in our #JucoReport Jamboree Series that includes both the Battle of the South Jamboree on October 7th, the CBHoops Juco Jam South October 14th, and Juco Jam Atlanta October 21st. All Players Highlight in Blue below link to their #JucoReportCard.
Last Season’s Record
Players from last season’s Team who moved on
Tyrone Young- Middle GA State University
Anthony Johnson- Columbus State University
Adrian Tolbert- Georgia Southwestern State University
Noseki Obanya- American International College
Andre Brooks- Webber International University
Jordan Martin- Florida Memorial University
Top Returning Players
Mike Laster 6’1 PG, GCAA All Freshman Team, GCAA 2nd Team All- Conference,
Overall: 14.2 PPG, 4 RPG, 4 APG, 1.5 SPG
Conference Play: 16.3 PPG, 4 RPG, 5 APG
6’3 – Dejon Waters Jr combo guard- Transfer from Shorter Uni: strong physical guard, good mid-range, can make the 3, good in transition, good off the bounce and finish. Defends multiple postions.
6’3 – Cheick Kone combo guard- Transfer from Lewis & Clarke: strong physical guard who likes to play in transition and finish, good off the bounce. Defends multiple positions, good mid- range.
5’10 – Eli Farrakhan 5’10- Transfer from Eastern Florida: true PG, High IQ, can make open shots.
6’7 – Anyeuri Castillo forward- run/rebounds well, can make the 3, can play several positions, active.
6’7 – Juwaun Daniels guard/forward- long, active, rebound/defend well, can score on 3 levels.
6’7 – Evins Desir post, big, physical, runs well, skilled, can stretch the floor with jumpshot,
6’6 – Greg Couson post- very active and physical, can stretch the floor at 15ft, runs/rebounds well,
6’6 – Saheem Anthony forward- shooter, long and active.
6’5 – Khayri Dawson guard/wing- good in transition and can make the 3
5’11 – Juvante’ Hayes PG- strong guard, can finish and make the 3, qualifier. Good on ball defender
With the help of a talented freshman class. The Titans look to bounce back from an early exit in the 1st round of GCAA tourney in 2016-17.