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09/14/2017, 9:45pm EDT
By Brendan Walker

All the latest recruiting news including visitors, commitments and more

Starting on September 9th, college coaches were allowed get on the road to visit potential recruits.  It was a busy week for junior college programs across the country. Here’s a look at many of the four-year schools that were on the JC trail over the weekend.

  • Louisiana Monroe, Oral Roberts, Lamar, Loyola Marymount, Houston, Incarnate Word, Texas State, Northern Arizona, Sam Houston State, Stephen F Austin, Southern, UT – Arlington, Utah Valley, Arkansas Little, and UT – Rio Grande Valley all stopped by Jacksonville College (TX) to see 6’9 F Jabari Narcis and 6’7 F Brandon Battle
  • Middle Tennessee State, Morehead State, Missouri State, East Tennessee State, Tennessee State, Buffalo, Iona, North Texas, Illinois State, Charleston Southern, UMass, Arkansas Little Rock, Northern Arizona and UT Martin all stopped by Motlow State to see multiple prospects
  • UT – Rio Grande Valley, Missouri State, BYU and Pacific stopped by to see Casper College.  Wichita State stopped by to see 6’10 Antun Maricevic.  Washington State stopped by to see 7’0 C Octavion Corley
  • Grand Canyon, Portland State, Stephen F Austin, Pacific and Texas Tech stopped by South Plains College
  • Evansville, IPFW, Portland State, Cal State Bakersfield, and Cal State Northridge stopped by Lake Land College (IL)
  • Houston, New Mexico State, Texas Tech, Stephen F Austin and Portland State stopped by Howard College (TX)
  • Northern Arizona, Morehead State, Tennessee State, and Coastal Carolina stopped by Wallace State Hanceville (AL)
  • Cincinnati, Texas Tech, Western Kentucky, UT – Rio Grande Valley, Fresno State, Wichita State, Grand Canyon, Washington State, and Incarnate Word stopped by Trinity Valley CC
  • Pacific and Texas Tech stopped by Clarendon JC
  • Stephen F Austin, Portland State and New Mexico State stopped by Odessa College
  • Grand Canyon, Texas Tech, Abilene Christian, New Mexico State and Portland State stopped by Western Texas College
  • Western Carolina and Portland State stopped by Gordon State
  • Ole Miss, Missouri State, Lamar, Evansville, Arkansas Little Rock, Southern Miss, SE Louisiana, Indiana State, New Orleans, North Alabama, and Jacksonville State stopped by Itawamba CC
  • Georgia Southern, Coastal Carolina, Middle Tennessee State, Western Kentucky, and New Mexico stopped by South Georgia Tech
  • North Alabama, Portland State, Robert Morris, Northern Arizona, Morehead State, UT Martin and Tennessee State stopped by Cleveland State CC to watch 6’7 F Victor Curry and 6’4 G Tevin Olison
  • Missouri State, Iona, Northern Arizona, Coastal Carolina, and SIU – Edwardsville stopped by Columbia State CC
  • UTEP, Boise State and Green Bay stopped by Southeastern Iowa
  • Miami OH, Florida International, Bradley, Depaul and St. Bonaventure stopped by NOC Tonkawa
  • Portland State, Portland, UT – Rio Grande Valley, Idaho State, Loyola Marymount, Utah State, Utah, Utah Valley, Missouri State, Hawaii and Cal State Fullerton stopped by Salt Lake CC to see multiple prospects
  • Bethune Cookman, James Madison and Youngstown State stopped by Sinclair CC (OH)
  • Utah State stopped by Northeastern JC (CO)
  • Western Illinois and Portland State stopped by Missouri West Plains to see 6’3 G Ricky Torres
  • Southern Miss, UC Riverside, Santa Barbara, and Utah all stopped by East LA College
  • Moberly Area and Indian Hills had multiple schools stop by their practices this past weekend: West Virginia, New Mexico, Bradley, East Tennessee State, Tennessee Tech, UT Martin, UMKC, Nicholls State, Nebraska Omaha, Portland State, Northern Arizona, Winthrop, Western Illinois, and SEMO
  • Washington State, Akron, Missouri State and Western Illinois stopped by State Fair CC.  Washington State was specifically there for 6’11 C Isaac Bassey
  • Texas State, Grand Canyon and Southern Miss stopped by Arizona Western to see 6’7 G/F Andre Jones
  • NC State, Baylor, South Florida and Eastern Michigan stopped by Chipola College to see multiple prospects
  • East Carolina, Indiana State, Mercer, and Arkansas State all stopped by Cape Fear CC to see multiple prospects
  • Milwaukee, Washington State, Arkansas Little Rock, Western Illinois, SEMO, Stony Brook, Illinois Chicago, and Central Michigan stopped by Mineral Area to see multiple prospects
  • SIU – Edwardsville stopped by Wabash Valley College.  Evansville is stopping by to see G Marcel Cherry.  New Mexico, Southern Miss and Bradley are stopping by to see 6’7 F Austin Trice 
  • Miss State, SEMO and New Orleans have stopped by East Mississippi CC
  • East Tennessee State, Evansville, Arkansas Little Rock, Nicholls State and Ole Miss stopped by Holmes CC
  • Alcorn State, Arkansas Little Rock and Western Kentucky stopped by Shelton State
  • Nicholls State, New Orleans, Indiana State, Miss State, Arkansas Little Rock, Southern Miss, SE Louisiana, Evansville, Northern Arizona, and SIU – Edwardsville all stopped by Northwest Mississippi CC
  • Indiana State, Southern Miss, North Alabama, Lamar, Jacksonville State, New Orleans, Evansville, and SE Louisiana stopped by Northeast Mississippi CC



Kaelin Jackson, 6’1 PG of Temple College (TX) committed to UMBC


Upcoming –

Southern Cal Fall Juco Jamboree

Sept 15th - 17th – Hosted by Gerry Freitas this weekend at Cerritos College.  It will have 50 California Juco teams over the weekend.


The Florida Juco Tour was postponed because of Hurricane Irma. Here is the new schedule:

Tuesday, September 19th

7:00 – 9:00 AM – Florida State College – Jacksonville

4:30 – 6:00 PM – Santa Fe College

8:00 – 10:00 PM – College of Central Florida

Wednesday, September 20th

7:00 – 8:30 AM – Polk State

12:30 – 2:30 PM – Eastern Florida State

4:00 – 6:00 PM – Daytona State

8:00 – 10:00 PM – Indian River State

Thursday, September 21st

8:00 – 10:00 AM – Palm Beach State

1:00 – 3:00 PM – Miami Dade College

5:00 – 7:00 PM – Broward College

Friday, September 22nd

8:00 – 10:00 AM – Florida Southwestern

12:30 – 2:30 PM – ASA Miami


For the rest of the upcoming Juco Tours, click the following link:


For any updates, feel free to text/call Brendan Walker at 904-233-0858


All American Jamboree

Oct 13th – 15th

20 Junior Colleges and 20 Preps

Over 200 College Coaches will be in attendance


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