Posts Tagged ‘Glenn Cosey’

Left to right: Glenn Cosey, Mike Martin and Demetrius Miller.

Over the next couple weeks, GLH will provide updates on Flint area basketball players at the college level. Today, we’ll start with JUCOs.

If you know of other kids playing at the JUCO level this season who aren’t listed, leave names in the comments or e-mail patrickhayes13(at)gmail(dot)com and I’ll add them. (more…)

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.

East Lansing freshman Steve Haney, Jr.

I had the opportunity to see a lot of top tier recruits this weekend and rather than writing individual game stories where everyone already knows the result, I just thought I would do a quick rundown of the individuals.

Deanthony Arnett 6’0′ Junior Saginaw High

He’s probably the fastest point guard in the state, period. Even though he missed the game winner against Powers on Sunday, it should be noted that Arnette made it almost the length of the court in three seconds flat. This kid has football offers from almost everywhere, but he’s legit on the hardwood as well.

Travon Baker  5’10”  Sophomore  Detroit Consortium

Travon is a sick point guard.  Ultra quick with the strength and touch to finish in the lane.  Needs to work on his shot mechanics, but the kid is one of the top sophomore point guards out there.    (more…)

The best game in Flint on Friday night is at Flint Carman-Ainsworth as the Cavaliers take on Big Nine rival Flint Powers.

On paper this looks like a really good game. The Cavs were a Patrick Lucas-Perry basket short of winning two out of three against the eventual class B state champions last season and return pretty much everybody.

This season, Flint Powers is as good or better and showed it on opening night against a pretty good Flint Northwestern squad.

Flint C-A, however, was on the ropes against a Grand Blanc team depleted by defection.

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Here’s my list of top 15 players in the Flint area for 2009-10. I had decided to do 10 players, but there’s too much talent here for so few.

It’s early, but these are my guys:

1.) Patrick O’Brien, Senior, Flint Powers: All-around, he’s just the best.
2.) Patrick Lucas-Perry, Junior, Flint Powers: Great floor general.
3.) Glenn Cosey, Senior, Flint Carman-Ainsworth: Tough lead guard hampered by stodgy C-A offense.
4.) Shaq Smith, junior, Flint Northern: Mostly unguardable.
5.) William Sams, Senior, Montrose (transfer): Gets better every time I see him. I could see him scoring 20+ per game in the GAC Blue.

Glenn Cosey, for JC in Midland

The vultures are circling the Big er…Nine.  Four remain after this season’s defection of Grand Blanc.  Which team will be the next to leave the island?

Despite the losses, this is pound-for-pound, one of the best conferences in the state, including the returning B champion and an A powerhouse.  In other words, if you’re a non-conference opponent, then you have a 50 percent chance of being smashed.

I’m still crossing my fingers that somehow the Saginaw Valley League picks these teams up, but until then, this is how the conference looks for this season.

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