Every off-season some players find a new beginning at a new school. Read more about these two players from the Palmetto State right here in this article on your source for junior college basketball recruiting news.
This past weekend at the Jerry Mullens JUCO Camp on the campus of Lindenwood University in St Charles, M.O. three players from the State of South Carolina played in the camp. Jamal Curry, Sidney Sanders and D'Montre Edwards all showed their skills to over 300 college coaches in attendance.
Curry started his career at Radford University before transferring into Wallace State-Hanceville in Alabama at the semester break back in January. Curry prepped in high school at Porter-Gaud in Charleston, S.C. and was a AAU teammate with Edwards on TMP (Trade Mark Properties).
Sanders is a point guard from Polk State College who averaged 13.3 points, 4.6 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game this past season. Sanders prepped at Burke High School in Charleston, S.C.
"Sidney is really quick getting into the gaps on the floor and has the ability to create his own shot from anywhere on the floor," said JucoJunction Publisher Bret Swanson.
Edwards had a great freshman season at Brevard Community College in Melbourne, F.L. for second year head coach Jeremy Shulman. Edwards led Brevard Community College to the Florida State JUCO Tourney for the first time in some time. Edwards averaged 15.4 points and 6.9 rebounds per game this past season.
Edwards is being recruited really hard by the College of Charleston as Cougars head coach Bobby Cremins was in attendance all weekend long to watch him play.