Recent Commitments…..


Recruiting and player signings often work in a trickle down
effect. Once the D1 schools have moved on to the next class then the next phase
of commitments and signings begins to heat up.


Here are some of the new ones we have been privy to, please
feel free to email me if you have more commitments/signings to report for the
Class of 2013.


stays close to
home to grab 6'9 post man Jonathan King
(Sullivan East).
The Tornadoes are coached by venerable mentor George Pitts
and play in NCAA DII.


Just down the road, Milligan head man Bill Robinson welcomes
Will Robinson (Elizabethton) into
the Buffalo
family. Robinson was instrumental in helping the Fighting Cyclones advance
within one game of a state tournament appearance.


Moving down the interstate, Maryville
College snatches up a trio of
newcomers including Wes Murray (Hampton), Antonio Jackson (Ooltewah) and Tyler Spicer (Dickson County). The Scots are coached by
legendary head man Randy Lambert and are a charter member of NCAA DIII. The
Scots play in the South Atlantic Conference.


Down in the Chattanooga area,
the great folks at Lee University bring in a pair of gems in Jamal Worthington
(Bledsoe County) and Stedman Ford (Notre Dame).
these two be the backcourt of the future for Coach Tommy Brown and the Flames
as they begin their ascent into DII.


Jahmahl Johnson (Cleveland) takes his
enormous potential out of state. The 6'5 athlete will suit up for Dan Sparks
and one of the top junior college programs in the country in Wabash Valley CC
located in Mt. Carmel, Illinois.


Staying in the region, D'Monta
Smith (Hixson)
will stay close to home and play for Coach Mike Poe and the
Bulldogs of Tennessee Wesleyan. Wesleyan is a member of the Appalachian Athletic
Conference and plays in the NAIA.


Moving to the mid-state, Chance Bouldin (FRA) ventures to the Great White North and will
attend Dominican College
in New York.
The Chargers are coached by Joe Clinton and are a member of the NCAA DII.  


Further West, Marvin
Smith (Ridgeway)
makes the longest journey from home as the 6'5 inside
player will play his college basketball for the T-Birds of Cloud County
Community College in Concordia Kansas.