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 to 4 Year Level
Stacy Masten-Voorhees College
Jahmari Etienne-S.C. State University
Kinsey Burgess-Middle Ga State
Lairaime Hubbard-Middle Ga State
Top Returning Players
Tariq Jenkins -13 Pts-6Ast
Javaughn Patterson-5pts -5Ast
Aaron Reddick-12pts 10rebs, 2Blks
Alex Moss-5pts 2-Rebs
6’11 – Josh Hunt – Center / FROSH from Washington Co HS
6’10 – Ajene McQuaige – Center / RS-SOPH – Richmond Hill, Ga.
6’6 – Virgil Fields PG/W/ SOPH Transfer from Albany State Univ.
6’6 – Ahmid Bryant – Forward/Center / FROSH-State Champs Langston Hughes HS
6’6 – Quen Murray – Post / SOPH Transfer from Brewton Parker College
6’5 – Jamal Hinkle – Wing/Post-Burke Co HS
6’4 – Momo Singhtach – FROSH / Wing- From ABI Prep, New Manchester HS
6’3 – Richard Matthews – Wing / FROSH- State Champs-Langston Hughes HS
6’2 – Datreon Robinson – Wing / FROSH Transfer- from Spartanburg Methodist
6’1 – Eugene Lamont Ballard – FROSH – from South East Bulloch HS
6’0 – Dallis Jacks – FROSH / P/G- Transfer from ABI-Prep, Chapel Hill HS
6’1 – George Mitchell – PG/ Wing First Presbyterian HS
This is the most height that East Georgia has ever had. If they continue to grow as a team and keep working, they will be competitive in the GCAA. The Bobcats need to grow up fast, while playing hard-nosed, tenacious defense and stick to their inside-out approach on offense because if they do so, the program has a chance to turn that proverbial corner.