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JUCO Qualifiers That Coaches Should Know

By, 02/12/21, 11:00AM EST


6’6 Wing DJ Patrick of Triton College (Pictured)
Patrick has been off to a hot start shooting the ball so far this season. The freshman who did a Prep year at Skill Factory last season is averaging 18.6 ppg and 5.1 rpg while shooting 49% from 3 (7.9 attempts per game). He had 28 against Vincennes and 31 against Moberly earlier this season. He has recent offer from Jacksonville and several other schools calling over past week

6’5 G Curtis Jones of Indian Hills
Jones is a do it all guard that makes winning players. We mentioned Curtis in previous article in the fall. He has helped Indian Hills start 6-1 and playing the most minutes on the team. He is playing PG for the Warriors this year and averaging 8.3 ppg, 5 rpg and 5.4 apg (4.8 A/TO ratio) so far this season. The freshman from Minnesota has great size and feel as a lead guard

6’3 G Davion Coleman of Blinn College
The freshman from Houston has been lighting up to start the season and helped Blinn to a Top 25 National ranking. Coleman is averaging 21 ppg & 3.1 rpg while shooting 52% from the field (50% from 3). Coleman has recent offers from Nicholls State and Texas State

6’0 G Jestin Porter of Tyler JC
Porter is averaging 18.8 ppg, 2.5 rpg, 2.2 apg and 2.5 spg thru 6 games this season. Porter is a freshman from Houston that chose to go the JUCO route to prove himself and he is producing. He can play both the PG and SG positions. He is constantly working on all parts of his game and will be one to watch moving forward

6’4 G Lamar Wilkerson of Three Rivers
Wilkerson is averaging 26.5 ppg which is leading NJCAA D1 and doesn’t look to be slowing down. The freshman from Arkansas has scored 20+ in all 6 games so far this season and is shooting 48% from 3 (8.7 attempts per game). He is also averaging 3.3 steals per game. Coaches from all over have started to call on Wilkerson 

6’0 G James “Pop” Weathers of State College of FL
Weathers has been in constant attack mode since the very first game of the season and hasn’t slowed down. He is dangerous in the open court and can really create for himself and others. So far this season, he is averaging 20.8 ppg, 5.8 apg and 4.3 rpg.

6’4 G Denver Jones of Garden City
The freshman from Alabama has had an impressive start to the season and Jayhawk conference. He is averaging 22.3 ppg, 4.3 rpg and 4.3 apg. He has received recent offers from Nicholls State, Kennesaw State and Alabama State. Jones has good size for CG position and confidence in his playmaking ability 

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