Miami-Dade College Head coach Matthew Eisele has ten freshmen on his roster this season for the young Sharks team. Kashiff Carr, James Beatty and William Coleman all have made solid contributions so far this season for the Sharks.
Carr, (FR) 6-foot-5 (208) from Philadelphia, prepped last season at Philadelphia Lutheran Christian. The talented wing player is currently averaging 20.1 ppg,5.4 rebounds and 3.2 assists this season for the Sharks.
"Kashiff can score with the best of them. He has had some huge games for us this season. If he continues to develop on the defensive side of the ball, he is going to play at a very high level by his sophomore season," said Eiselle.
Beatty, (FR) 6-foot-1 (193) from Wilmington, NC, plays the point guard position for the Sharks.
"JB has gotten off to a great start. He has been the backbone of our team. He is like having a second coach on the floor," said Eisele.
Beatty is averaging 10.1 ppg, 7.2 assists and 3.8 steals. Beatty attended New Hanover High School in Wilmington.
Coleman, (FR) 6-foot-9 (230) from Columbus, GA, is a virtual unknown to many people. The talented power forward is putting up solid numbers for the Sharks this season. Coleman is getting 11.2 ppg, 9.8 rebounds and recording 3.4 blocks a night.
"William is probably one of the most athletic players at this level. The sky is the limit for him," said Eisele.
Super sophomore Steven Toyloy, 6-foot-8 (255), has many schools courting him this season. Nebraska-offered, West Virginia-offered, Baylor-offered, Cincinnati- offered, Purdue, Washington State, Clemson, Texas A&M and Maryland calling on him according to coach Eisele.