"The General" was not asleep during the making of this photo, I am simply not very talented with a camera.
Unlike me talent is one thing Tevin Crayton (Humboldt) has an abundance of.
After leading his Humboldt squad to an undefeated regular season and a spot in the state tournament, Crayton set off to find a worthy suitor for his hoops talents on the next level.
After testing the waters for a few weeks, the talented 6'6 athlete chose to become a Maroon Tiger and will make his home the next four years in Atlanta, attending Morehouse College.
Morehouse in a member of DII and plays in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and is coached by Grady Brewer.
As a worthy district foe the past few seasons for Crayton, Russell Avery (Lake County) also was blessed with talent to continue his career at the next level.
Avery chose a different route and will play for Coach Deron Hines and Jackson State Community College.
Jackson State plays in the TJCAA.
The 6'5 Avery has a load of potential and his new coach is exstatic about his empending arrival to begin his quest for D1 hoops in the future.
I look for both guys to have outstanding careers on the next level.