Unsigned Senior Showcase Success……..More Signings


What a great feeling it is when you recieve news like the story I am about to share with you.

Antonio Dailey (Austin East) attended one our Unsigned Senior Showcase at Maryville College a few weeks back hoping to catch the eye of one of the coaches inn attendance.

Roane State headman Randy Nesbit was immediately enthraled  by the overt athleticism and overall hustle by the Knoxville product.

Making a long story short, Nesbit and the Raiders of Roane State will now become the home of Mr. Dailey.

Coach Nesbit informed me he had never heard of nor seen Dailey play this season and because of the showcase was able to provide the young man with an opportunity to play basketball on the next level and continue his education as well.

For those of you in West Tennessee, we will be having one more unsigned event on May 22nd at Freed-Hardeman University. Pre-Registration should be available on the site as soon as possible. This year we have had unprecedented success at the two showcases so let your game get you noticed in our final event.

Here are some more signees from around the state.........................

Jermaine Holliman (Melrose) will extend his playing career just over the border at Northeast Mississippi Community College.

Columbia State Community College has been racking up the prospects and now add another trio to the fold. Christian Little (McGavock), a hot shooting wing guard, Greg Magee (Clarksville Northeast) an undersized four man with the ability to step out and score and Cordaro Williams (Liberty Tech), the Crusader with the sweet deep stroke.

Anthony Greene (Manassas) will stay at home and attend Southwest Tennessee Community College.

Ricky Tisdale (Bolivar Central) a sterling member of the Class AA state champions will take his toughness and desire down to Motlow State Community College.

Mykal Titlow (Greenback) will continue his basketball career at Bryan College under Coach Don Rekoske.

Coty Crow (Creek Wood) stays close to home and will play for Bethel College in MacKenzie.