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Jarrell Jones has not played competitive basketball since 2006-2007 season when he played at Southeastern Community College in West Burlington, I.A. Jones played for then Blackhawks Head Coach Tim Walsh.
Jones is a point guard from Monroe, L.A. that averaged 5.7 points per game that season for the Blackhawks in 21 games played. "I took a few years off to stay home and help my mother out and work," said Jones. Jones is now suiting up for Arkansas Baptist College in Little Rock, A.R.
"Jarrell is a point guard who really looks to attack the basket and has the ability to get into the lane and score the ball," said JucoJunction Publisher Bret Swanson.
Jones will look to continue to get to the next level next season and JucoJunction will follow his progress throughout the year right here on your source for junior college basketball recruiting.