Antelope Valley loaded with prospects

Antelope Valley College in Lancaster, CA is ready to make a move this coming season. The Marauders are coached by Dieter Horton. JucoJunction caught up with coach Horton recently and he gave us some details on some of his players' early recruitment.
Rod Singleton, (SO) 5-foot-10 (185) from nearby Fairfax High School, recently took an unofficial visit to USC according to Horton. Singleton will turn around and take an official visit to the Trojans on September 25-27 according to Horton. Utah State-offered, Boise State-offered, Oklahoma and Baylor have shown interest in the point guard this past summer and fall according to Horton. Singleton averaged 14.1 ppg and 2.9 assists last season.
Donald Williams, (FR) 6-foot-4 (180) from Baton Rouge, LA, was at the University of Kentucky last season. Williams will be able to leave after just one season with the Marauders. Williams prepped at Southern Lab High School and Progressive Christian in Maryland before surfacing at Kentucky last fall. Williams, a sharp shooting wing player, has received interest from Arkansas, Providence, Alabama, Fresno State and UNLV according to coach Horton. Numerous other schools are also trying to recruit Williams.
George McGrew, (SO) 6-foot-8 (200), landed at AVC from Harvey, IL. McGrew started his college career at Oakton Community College in nearby Chicago. UTEP and California State Northridge have offered the post player already according to Horton. McGrew recently took an unofficial visit to San Diego State.
DeWayne Dedmon, (FR) 6-foot-11 (230) from Lancaster, CA, has already received interest from a lot of schools, said Horton. USC-offered, UNLV-offered, Fresno State-offered have already jumped in on the center with a lot more schools to come in this fall to see Dedmon.
JucoJunction will see the Marauders this coming December in Riverside, CA at the Wells-Fargo Holiday Tourney.