Andrews, Clemmons Lead Junior College Onslaught

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In recruiting everything works in cycles.


After the D1 schools have completed their work then the D2, NAIA, D3 and junior colleges get to work.


The snowball effect usually waits for a key commitment then the flood of others come rolling down the way.


Emmanuel Andrews (Shelbyville) broke the ice pledging to play for Bruce Stewart at Northwest Florida State College formerly Okaloosa-Walton.


On the heels of the Andrews commitment, Teraes Clemmons (Mt. Juliet) followed suit and will venture down south to also play at Northwest Florida State.


Staying out of state former Raleigh-Egypt front man Jimmy Adams pulls another Memphis area player over to his new gig at Northwest Mississippi Community College. A.J. Cunningham (Cordova) brings size and improving skill to the Mississippi junior college.


David Woodard (East Robertson) will take his game out of state as well as the combo guard goes down to Texas to play for the Navarro College Runnin' Bulldogs.


Moving back into the state, Jay Joyner is making his job easier for the next couple of years at Columbia State Community College. The second year mentor scooped up a couple of very good prospects with the signing of Carlos Denton (Hamilton) and Masceo Harmon (Memphis Central).

Denton gives Columbia an athletic power player who can run the floor and will score from the mid-range and Harmon who had a big year at Central controlling the ball and will be one of the best guards in the TJCCAA next season.


Columbia also added some local flavor with Lester Gude (Columbia Central).

Over in Memphis, Southwest Tennessee snatch one of the state's best unknown players in Rashaun Brown (Oakhaven).