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Standouts From The Dallas Blowout Last Weekend - Part 2

10/08/2019, 9:45am EDT
By JucoRecruiting.com

This past weekend I attended the Dallas Blowout hosted by Mike Mitchell and Jerry Mullen which featured over 60 Junior College Teams. I was able to watch 100’s of players over the 2 days. Below are several standouts from the event, all of which are 2020 Available Players (Part 2)

6’8 Forward JD Muila of Indian Hills (Pictured Above) – Mulia is in great shape, plays with motor, always around the rim getting rebounds or keeping the ball alive. Last season as a freshman he averaged 5.8 ppg and 6.7 rpg

5’11 Point Guard AJ Rainey of Blinn – Rainey showed his quickness and ability to score. As a freshman last season, he averaged 10.9 ppg, 4.9 apg and 3.8 rpg as well as 1.8 spg

6’9 Forward Tyron McMillan of Kilgore – McMillan was really active around the rim finishing and grabbing boards. The redshirt freshman has 3 years to play

6’2 Combo Guard Lorenzo Anderson of McLennan – Anderson scored from all over and showed some ability to play the PG spot. The JC Transfer averaged 22.7 ppg as a freshman last season for Coastal AL - Monroeville

6’4 Shooting Guard Spencer Rodgers of Southwest Mississippi – The Troy transfer made deep 3’s consistently and scored getting to the basket as well

6’11 Forward Carlton Linguard of Temple – The Qualifier with 3 years to play scored inside with dunks and soft jumphooks, blocked shots and showed skill putting the ball on the floor

7’1 Center Osborn Shema of New Mexico Military – Shema is a Qualifier with 3 years to play and was effective scoring inside, rebounding and altering shots

6’6 Foward Amiri Waddell of Hill – The undersized forward rebounds, is a great passer and can shoot from perimeter. He averaged 9.1 ppg and 5.8 rpg as a freshman last season

6’9 Center Tyler Williams of Holmes – Williams was impressive scoring on inside and has soft hands. He is tough to keep off the black at a legit 245 pounds

6’4 Shooting Guard DJ Mitchell of Hutchinson – Mitchell showed his confidence shooting the ball from deep and off the bounce. He averaged 13.8 ppg last season as a freshman

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