2017 Spartanburg Methodist #JucoReportPreview

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.

JucoReport Jamborees Team Will Be Playing In:

#BOTSJamboree-Oct 7th-Duluth HS (GA)

#CBHoopsSuperJam-Oct 21st-LakePoint Sporting Community (GA)

Last Season’s Record

29-4

11-1 in Conference

Players from Last Season that Moved on

Anthony Adger- Florida Atlantic

JeQuan Perry- Florida Atlantic

Kwei Lartey- North Carolina A&T

Jonathan Sanks- Cansius

Armani Hill- South Carolina State

Aj McGhee- South Carolina State

Devante Foster- Francis Marion

Top Returning Players

6’9 C- Tajh Green-4pts, 4rebs as FR. Career high 17pts 6rebs.

6’7 PF/C-Tranard Ferrell 3pts, 3rebs.

6’4 CG-Jared Richardson 5pts, 4rebs as FR. Career high 19pts vs Denmark Tech.

6’3 PG-Tyler Brevard 4pts, 3ast as FR. Career high 18pts vs Brunswick.

6’2 CG-Kayvo Rivers Red-shirted 2016-17 Season

Top Incoming Players (Transfers)

6’11 C- Will Brown-Brevard Transfer. 5pts, 4rebs. 36% from 3

6’8 PF/C- Musah Sackor-Newberry transfer. 5pts, 3rebs. Named SAC Player of the Week. Scored a career-high 34 points vs. Southern Wesleyan

6’1 CG- Alphonso Willis-Northern Oklahoma Tonkawa transfer. 7pts, 3rebs

6’0 PG- Xavier Miller-Northeastern Oklahoma A&M transfer. 5pts, 2ast. Career high 24 vs Seminole State

Top Incoming Players (Freshman)

5’9 PG- Shameik Ware- Rockbridge County. Lighting quick PG, high IQ and is a big time shooter.

6’6 WF- Jalen Hillery- Central Gwinnett. Big scoring wing, makes plays off the dribble, 3pt shooter, knows how to score the ball.

6’6 PF- Darrion Clinton– Legacy Charter. Big time athlete, plays hard and developing outside jump shot.

6’4 WF- Brian Smart- Moravian Prep. Big time shooter, strong guard.

Background

55-11 overall record last 2 years with Back to back Region X Championships and 14 players signed with 4year schools in 2years.