Class of 2009

The 2009 Signing Class (to be on campus fall of 2009)

Click here to read Coach Rupp and other’s thoughts on these players.

DeAndre Brown (6’0 point guard). He’s a first team junior college All-American from Navarro JC in Texas. He was named the Region XIV Tournament’s Most Valuable Player as well as the conference MVP this season. He averaged 17.5 points and 4.5 assists in leading Navarro to the national tournament. He also scored his career-high 45 points earlier this year in a win over Temple.

Jarvis Davis (point guard) stands 5’11” at 170 lbs, and is described as competitive and a hard worker with very good ball handling skills. He averaged 19.5 points and 4.3 assists per game and was named one of the top five seniors in the state of South Carolina in AAAA. Davis was also selected to play in the 2009 South Carolina-North Carolina All-Star game.

Short video clip of Davis on youtube. He’s #15 in purple. Click the following to view – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPqcBMuPcfQ&feature=channel

Kadeem Coleby

6’9 220 Christian Life (Houston)
Summer team – Grassroots (Canada)

3 Stars by Scout.com, Rated as a 83 by ESPN {80-89: High Major Prospect}

Huge potential signee for the Dawgs. Averaged 14 points and 11 rebounds on a team that plays a national schedule and finished 31-10 last season.Also recruited by Minnesota and Pittsburgh.

Darius Redding

6’4 205 Godby H.S. (FL)

averaged 18 points and 9 rebounds

{Excerpt from an ESPN.com recruiting article}
Redding is a super-athletic wing who entertained the crowd on a regular basis with his dunks in traffic. Whether in transition or the half court, any clear path to the rim became an instant camp highlight. He sprints the wing and is a threat to drive baseline or slash to the basket from either side of the floor. Redding can hang in the air, bounce off contact and finish an acrobatic shot in the lane with great elevation and concentration. He also has a good midrange pull-up, but must work to improve his jumper from behind the arc in order to keep the defense honest and set up his ability to get to the rim. Redding also makes his presence felt on the offensive glass. If he is not blocked out, expect a tip dunk or a very athletic putback basket. Redding also could be an excellent defender because of his good lateral movement and strength. As he continues to develop, Redding should be able to defend all three perimeter positions.

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