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A lot of production to replace

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Trying to replace a lot of offense won't be a easy task for one school in the Jayhawk Conference-Western Division for this coming season. Read more in this article which school must do just that right here on your source for junior college basketball recruiting news JucoJunction.
Cloud County Community College Head Coach Chad Eshbaugh finished the season last year at 25-8. The T-Birds graduated about 50 points of offensive production due to graduation.
This season the T-Birds will rely on sophomores and transfers to lead the way. JucoJunction saw the T-Birds this past weekend at the Johnson County Community College Jamboree in Overland Park, Kan.
Alioune Mboup should expect to see his numbers improve from last year with a lot more playing time in the near future. Mboup averaged just 1.3 points and 2.8 rebounds last season for the T-Birds.
"Alioune has a tremendous wingspan at 7'4 and does a great job of sealing in the post. Alioune best basketball is still in front of him," said JucoJunction Publisher Bret Swanson.
Edward Dyson played last season in Region 10 at Clinton Junior College in Rock Hill, S.C.
"Edward has a great mid-range game and a great set of offensive skills," said Swanson. Dyson averaged 11 points and 5.2 rebounds last season Clinton Junior College.
Isaiah Anaekwe played at Penn Valley College last season. Anaekwe led the squad in rebounding as a freshman. "Isaiah has a great motor on both ends of the floor and really rebounds the ball well out of his area" said Swanson.
The T-Birds will look to compete this season in the Jayhawk Conference and JucoJunction will let you know how they do during the season right here on your source for junior college basketball recruiting news.
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