After checking up on Flint area kids at the JUCO and Division III/NAIA levels, here is a rundown of local kids helping Division I and Division II college teams this season. As always, if we’re missing any, let me know in the comments and I will add them in.
Archive for the ‘Big Nine’ Category
Division I/Division II Update: Anthony Crater and Jon Lee among Flint area players in key roles for Division I collegesPosted: March 1, 2011 by Patrick Hayes in Big Nine, Citybeat, College, Saginaw Valley League
Tags: Dylan Hickoff, Jaylen Magee, Ryan Hickoff, Shaquille Smith, Syrus McDonald, Vince Adams
The weekly updates to the Flint area standings and scoring leaders are posted through last Friday’s games. Send any corrections or omissions to patrickhayes13(at)gmail(dot)com or leave them in the comments.
— Patrick Hayes | Great Lakes Hoops
Tags: Cullen Turczyn, Denzel Watts, Monte Morris, Richie Lewis, Zeshawn Parker-Jones
Carman-Ainsworth’s Denzel Watts is part of the talented crop of Flint area sophomore point guards that also includes Monte Morris (Beecher), Richie Lewis (Northern) and Cullen Turczyn (Lapeer West). Watts is having a fantastic season, averaging more than 20 points per game, and his mix of size and quickness is garnering high major interest. He recently talked to UM Hoops about his college prospects: (more…)
Tags: Glenn Cosey
From the NJCAA: Glenn Cosey, a Flint, Michigan native, posted back-to-back monster games against Cincinnati State and Edison CC to lead his team to a 2-0 mark for the week. He averaged 32.0 points, 11.5 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 2.0 steals, and 1.5 blocks per game. Versus Cincinnati State, Cosey put up 36 points and 12 rebounds, adding three assists, two steals, and two blocks. Against Edison, the 6’0” forward recorded a 28 point- 11 rebound double-double with five assists. Cosey also shot 9-of-13 from beyond the arc over the two games.
Tags: Anton Wilson, Denzel Watts, Jaylen Magee, Syro McDonald
FLINT, Michigan — With the crowd, the officials and school administrators in a hurry to get this game in the books, it appeared Northwestern was more interested in watching the Weather Channel from home on Tuesday night. The Wildcats played uninspired basketball for four quarter, losing at home 65-52 to Carman-Ainsworth.
The Wildcats led after the first quarter and basically sleepwalked their way through the rest of the game, trailing by as many as 16 after a fourth-quarter technical on head coach David Bush.
The bulk of the scoring for the Cavaliers came by way of Denzel Watts and Anton Wilson. Watts is really impressive. I have to remind myself that I’m not watching Glenn Cosey anymore. This kid is only a sophomore.
I mentioned the officials earlier, and I guess I can’t blame them for being in a hurry. There was one play in particular in which Wilson was so far out of bounds with the ball that he actually stopped on a fastbreak … the only problem was that no whistle was blown. It was one of the most peculiar things I’ve seen.
— By Jared Field | Great Lakes Hoops