Jon Rothstein: “Source: Nevada transfer Jordan Brown will visit Saint Mary’s this weekend and Arizona State next weekend. Recently visited Arizona. Kentucky and Texas A&M also showing interest.”

Slefishly, here’s hoping he chooses Moraga.


Gladiator Basketball: “Proud to be apart of the Chabot College Black Graduation tonight! In coach McMiller’s first season at Chabot College red shirt freshman Jordan McGlory graduates in 1 year with A.A. Degree in communications with 3.2 gpa! Jordan will sign a athletic scholarship in the next weeks!

Congrats.


Lewis & Clark State Men’s Basketball: “Warrior Nation please welcome our newest addition, Daylon Potts. Potts was HUGE for Coach ’s squad this year that finished 27-3 & advanced to the Elite 8. (Potts averaged) 9.7 PPG, 11.0 RPG, 5.5 APG, 1.7 SPG CCCAA and was a 1st Team All-State Selection” The 6-foot-6 Potts is also out of Edison High in Fresno.


“Three ARC men’s basketball players land scholarship offers” American River College athletics

Make that Jermaine (Sacramento High) Henderson to Southwestern Christian University, Pim (West Valley High) Lewis to Simpson University and Parker (Folsom High) Haven to Menlo College.

“Parker Haven Announces Commitment to Play Basketball at Menlo College”

The 6-foot-5 Haven averaged 16.0 points plus 10.2 boards this past season.


Nicholas Podesta: “Congratulations to Fresno City College Men’s Basketball players Jonah Brown and Ian Miller who signed their scholarships to compete at Bellevue University in Nebraska next season for head coach Lucas Gabriel.”

The 6-foot-4 Brown is out of Clovis North High and the 6-foot-5 Miller hails from Vintage High.


“Max Fried Announces Commitment to Play Basketball at Emory University”

The 6-foot-4 Fried is out of University High and Emory is located in Georgia.


Team Rampage Basketball: “Chris Rendon (2019) of Moreau Catholic will be attending Holy Names University in the Fall ‼️ #TeamRampage @ Moreau Catholic High School”


Josh Bagley: “

Bagley is a 5-foot-11 point out of Sheridan College in Wyoming. He averaged 8.5 points, 3.4 assists and 2.7 rebounds this past season.


“Watidaishe Mukukula Announces Commitment to Play Basketball at Franklin & Marshall College”

The 6-foot-3 Mukukula is out of Archbishop Riordan and Franklin & Marshall is located in Pennsylvania.


“Zachary Quanico Announces Commitment to Play Basketball at Gordon College”

The 5-foot-5 Quanico is out of Archbishop Riordan and Gordon College is located in Massachusetts.


Patrick Fisher: “I would like to announce that I will be transferring colleges to attend The Vincennes University. Can’t wait to go to work”

The 6-foot Fisher played as a freshman at Gavilan College this season before this transfer to community college ball in Indiana.


“Jeffrey Espinal Announces Commitment to Play Basketball at Jarvis Christian College”

Espinal is a 6-1 guard and is heading to the NAIA school in Texas.


South Mountain CC Basketball: “We are excited to announce a commitment from from Sacramento, California. Kareem will be a Sophomore next year & is a big edition to our team culture as he is a high level player & person!”

The 6-foot-3 Clark is transferring from American River College and graduated from Capital Christian.


“Ayo Aderoboye Announces Commitment to Play Basketball at Gavilan College”

He’s 6-foot-6, 170. Will he will follow Coach Dallas Jensen to College of the Sequoias?


“Endigo Coleman Announces Commitment to Play Basketball at Whittier College”

Coleman is a 6-foot-2 guard out of Newark Memorial High. He also visited Lewis & Clark College plus Fresno Pacific.


“For NBA Prospects, It’s Best When Social Media and Draft Stock Don’t Mix” Chris Mannix


Chris Murray: “Fun fact: Since joining the MW in 2013, San Jose State hasn’t posted a winning record in any season in men’s basketball, women’s basketball, football or baseball. It’s 241-536-1 combined in those sports in six seasons.”

“Since joining the Mountain West.

  • SJSU football: 22-52 (29.7%)
  • SJSU men’s basketball: 40-143 (21.9%)
  • SJSU women’s basketball: 64-121 (34.6%)
  • SJSU baseball: 115-220-1 (34.2%)”

There has to be some sort of cosmic jinx or hex contributing to this infamy.

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