will be out on the road throughout
the month of October attending to Juco Jamborees from
Iowa City to Jersey City, NJ. JucoJunction
first see the Chipola College Indians in Dallas, TX at
the Mitchell-Mullens Dallas Blowout. Here are a few of
the standouts from Chipola:
: (SO) 6-foot-0 (160) from Holly
Springs, MS. Hannah is just three classes away from
graduation after transferring over from Paris JC (TX).
Hannah averaged 10.3 ppg and 4.3 assists last season at
Paris JC (TX).
"Clevin is very unselfish and has great leadership
qualities," said head coach Greg Heiar.
Wichita State, Middle Tennessee State, South Alabama and
Iowa have shown early interest on the point guard.
: (SO) 5-foot-10 (185) from
Philadelphia, PA. Alvin transfers in from UTEP where he
played in 31 games last season for the Miners while
starting 20 of
them. Alvin averaged 8 ppg and 4.5 assists while playing
24 minutes a night.
"Malik is a north-south guard who is extremely fast to
the rim," said Heiar.
The combo guard has received some early interest from
Kent State, Binghamton and South Alabama.
: (SO) 6-foot-3 (190) from
"Mario can the play the 1-3 positions for us. He really
has a great knowledge for the game and he's our
glue-guy," said Heiar.
Edwards averaged 4.5 ppg last year for the Indians.
"Mario brings a lot of versatility to our club. He can
guard 1-4 on the floor," said Heiar.
Coastal Carolina, Central Michigan, Georgia State,
Indiana State and South Alabama have shown interest in
Edwards this summer.
: (SO) 6-foot-0 (190) from East
"Skyler is like a strong safety in football. He is a
game-changer. Skyler makes big shots, defends the
passing lane with deflections, rebounds, takes charges,"
Williams averaged 4.7 ppg last season. Troy, Kennesaw
State, and Lamar are following him.
: (SO) 6-foot-8 (240) from Leeds,
AL. Cameron has already been to Auburn and Seton Hall.
Joey enrolled at Chipola back in January 2007. Joey must
graduate and need 60% towards his degree to graduation
"Joey is an angle guy that can score on the low block
and sets ball screens and rebound out of his area on the
floor. Joey understands his role on this team," said
The 4/5 man has received early interest from Georgia
State, UAB, South Alabama and UNLV.
and Antwon Hall all will be getting
plenty of playing time this season also at Chipola
College. Teel, 6-foot-2, is a transfer from Long Island
University where he sat out last season after prepping
at Laurinburg Institute (NC). Flowers, 6-foot-8 is a
transfer from Oklahoma State where he did not play last
season and is a Dallas native. Hall (SO) is 6-foot-5
(205) from Cottondale, FL and is a transfer from Lurleen
B Wallace CC (AL) where he played in 2004-2005. Teel and
Flowers are capable of getting out after this season and
having three years left to play at
the D1 level. Hall must go the D2-NAIA route.