ESPN.com Ranks Eagles' Men's Basketball Recruiting Class Sixth
Bristol, Conn. - The incoming class for Georgia Southern Men's Basketball has been ranked sixth among all mid-major programs, according to ESPN.com. Michael LaPlante, writing for Scouts.com, rated the class in his top 10 picks. Joining the Eagles for 2010-2011 are five student-athletes, three from Georgia and two from Florida.
Tré Bussey, a 6-3, 165 lb. guard out from Lithia Springs, Ga., Eric Ferguson, a 6-8, 215 lb. forward from Statesboro, Ga., and 6-8, 220 lb. forward Sam Mike from Atlanta, Ga., team up with 6-7, 195 lb. forward Marvin Baynham from Miami, Fla., and Jelani Hewitt, a 6-2, 180 lb. guard from Oakland Park, Fla., to comprise Georgia Southern's freshman class. ESPN.com selected Georgia Southern's recruiting class as the best in the Southern Conference earlier this year.
"This is a great building block for the success and future of our program," said Georgia Southern Head Coach Charlton "C.Y." Young. "We have a hard-working group of returners who can help these newcomers transition to our brand of basketball."
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- Category: Men's Basketball
- Published on Wednesday, 02 June 2010 22:54