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Kadeem Allen

 

Kadeem Allen

Basketball is in Kadeem’s blood as he and basketball great, Michael Jordan, share the same hometown of Wilmington, North Carolina. Kadeem had an outstanding high school career and decided to attend Hutchinson Community College after graduating from New Hannover High School in Wilmington. He was an absolute star at Hutchinson where he was named first-team All-American for both of his seasons there and was also named National Junior College Player of the Year in his final season. After proving himself at Hutchinson, he was then offered a scholarship to attend The University of Arizona.

Kadeem decided to redshirt his first year at Arizona to acclimate himself and that decision definitely paid off. During his senior season at Arizona, he was a team leader on and off the court. His hard work and gritty mentality was seen by fellow conference teams and was voted by the coaches to the Pac-12 All-Defensive Team and was also an elected member of the All-Conference Second Team.

 

Terrance Ferguson

 

Terrance Ferguson

In high school, Terrance was regarded as one of the best players in the country and was named a McDonald’s All-American in 2016 and was also a member of the US Men’s U-16, U-17, and U-19 basketball teams, winning gold medals in all three tournaments. Due to his superior play in high school, he was offered numerous scholarships to universities with top basketball programs throughout the country, but decided to forego playing college basketball and play professionally in Australia for the Adelaide 36ers.

Terrance plans on playing one season in Australia and returning to the US to prepare for the NBA combine and individual team tryouts. Currently, he is projected to be a first round pick in the 2017 NBA draft.

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Frank Mason

 

Frank Mason

Frank Mason III is a native of Petersburg, Virginia where he had a tremendous high school career. He led Petersburg High School to two state championship games while also leading the state in scoring for two consecutive years. In 2012, he earned Metro Player of The Year and All-State honors at the conclusion of his senior year. After his senior year, he attended Massanutten Military Academy for a post-graduate year of high school where he stood out again and gained the attention of the Kansas coaching staff.

After completing his PG year at Massanutten, he joined the Kansas basketball team where he would eventually become one of the best players in college basketball. Each year at Kansas, he continued to grow and that was evident by being named Second-Team All-Big 12 his sophomore and junior seasons and also added a membership on the Big 12 All-Defensive team during his junior season. He took a huge jump during his senior season when he was the talk of college basketball. He was the first player in Big 12 history to average more than 20 points and 5 assists per game during the regular season. Due to his play and leadership, he was unanimously named Big 12 Player of the year and was also a consensus 1st Team All-American selection. The awards and accolades didn’t stop there, to end the season he received many awards including: AP Player of the Year, Sporting News Player of the Year, USA Today Player of the Year, Oscar Robertson Award, Naismith Award, and NABC Player of the Year.

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Braylon Rayson

 

Braylon Rayson

Braylon is a native of Dallas, TX here he had a successful high school career. During his senior year, he earned All-State honors and was also a McDondald’s All-American nominee. Despite having many collegiate offers, Braylon decided that Central Michigan would be the best fit for him after his official visits at many schools.

He went on to leave his mark in the history books at Central Michigan after a tremendous career. After his last game, he is currently ranked #3 on the all-time scoring list (1,885) at Central Michigan, is #1 in career 3-pointers made (266) and shot the best free throw percentage in school history. During his senior year, he started every game in which he appeared and averaged 21.3 PPG which was #17 in the country and was ranked #5 in the country in scoring when in the ISO. Due to his consistent and tough play, he was named All-MAC two years in a row.

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Andrew White

 

Andrew White

Andrew White III was born in Virginia’s capital city, Richmond where he was a standout high school basketball player for The Miller School. After averaging 23 points and 10 rebounds during his junior year campaign, he was named Virginia State Player of the Year. His superior play continued during his senior year and afforded him the ability to choose from numerous different Division 1 basketball programs. He eventually decided on Kansas where he played for 2 years and transferred to Nebraska.

During his senior year at Nebraska, he fit into Coach Tim Miles’ scheme perfectly and ranked second on the team with 16.6 points per game first in rebounds, 5.9. He left his mark at Nebraska, while there for one season; he received Honorable-Mention All-Big 10, Male Newcomer of the year, Scholar Athlete Honor Roll, Student Athlete HERO Leadership Award and the Tom Osborne Citizenship Team. After wrapping up his final season at Nebraska, he transferred to Syracuse to play a graduate season.

Like he did at Nebraska, he left his mark on the Syracuse team despite only being there for one season. He started all 34 games and scored in double digits during 31 of them. He also set the Syracuse single season record with 109 3-pointers and led the team in scoring (18.5) and minutes played (37.2). He also averaged 39.9 minutes in ACC games which was the top mark throughout the league. Andrew was a third team All-ACC selection and was also named to the All-ACC Academic Team.

Football

 

Lewis Neal

 

Lewis Neal

Lewis’ hard work and determination has been evident with his work on and off the field. During his time at LSU, he was important piece to their defense. In his junior season, he led the team with 8 sacks and was honored by receiving SEC Defensive Player of the Week after recording a career-high 3.0 sacks against Florida. During his senior year, he started all 12 games and was named SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week after tying a career-high 11 tackles against Alabama.

Lewis was not only productive on the football field, his true entrepreneurial spirit came to light when he bought a barber shop just off of LSU’s campus and also started and continues to act as the President/Owner of a financial institution which trades on the Foreign Exchange. Despite these businesses, football continues to be his main focus as he is currently training for LSU’s Pro Day.

 

Reggie Northrup

 

Reggie Northrup

Even though Reggie had a number of options to continue his football career at the collegiate level, he decided to stay in state and play for the Florida State Seminoles. Despite suffering an ACL injury in his junior year bowl game, Reggie worked tremendously hard in the off season to be ready for his senior season. His hard work paid off as he was able to play in all 13 games his senior year, starting 11 of them. He led the Seminoles in tackles his junior and senior seasons, finishing his senior year with 94 tackles, 12th most in the ACC and was given All-ACC Third Team Honors by the conference coaches.

Reggie is currently with the Rams organization and looking forward to showcasing his skills to make the 53 man roster for the 2017 season.

 

Duke Riley

 

Duke Riley

Duke, a native of Buras, Louisiana was born on August 9, 1994 and attended John Curtis High School where he was a star football player. He helped lead John Curtis to three straight Class 2A state championships, winning during his junior and senior seasons. He also earned game MVP honors during his sophomore year championship game because of his 21 tackles. Due to his exceptional senior year performance, The Louisiana Sports Writers Association named Duke to the Class 2A All-State Team and also named him the Most Outstanding Defensive Player in Class 2A.

With many collegiate offers, Duke decided to stay in state and attend Louisiana State University where he excelled once again. During his 4-year career, Duke made an appearance in every game and started all games during his senior season. During that senior year campaign, Duke emerged as one of LSU’s defensive leaders after playing a vital role on special teams during his first three seasons. He recorded 93 tackles, 9 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks during his senior season and because of these efforts and the respect he attained from his teammates, they voted him LSU’s most valuable player and was also named as one of three permanent defensive team captains for the 2016 season.

Since leaving LSU after his senior season, Duke is currently training for the NFL combine and is excited about the process and work ahead of him to accomplish his goal of being in the NFL next season.

 

Khari Vanderbilt

 

Khari Vanderbilt

After transferring from San Jose City College, Khari made his debut for the Bears as a backup safety and helped on special teams. He collected 17 tackles and assisted on one tackle for a loss. He worked extremely hard during the summer leading into his senior year and his hard work paid off as he made significant contributions for the Bear’s defense. He amassed 82 tackles, 4 tackles for a loss, 5 pass deflected and a forced fumble during his senior year.

Khari is currently training for the NFL draft and California’s Pro Day where he hopes to showcase his skills and be a contributing member of an NFL team next year.

 

Dede Westbrook

 

Dede Westbrook

Dede Westbrook started his collegiate career at Blinn Community College where he was a standout wide receiver. As a sophomore, he accrued 13 touchdowns and 1,487 yards which earned him First-Team All-American honors from the NJCAA. His statistics in junior college afforded him the ability to choose from the top NCAA Division 1 programs throughout the country and eventually decided on The University of Oklahoma.

Dede started off his Division 1 career by earning the Big 12 Conference Offensive Newcomer of the Year award during his junior season with 743 yards and 4 touch downs. Despite being the number one concern by opposing teams, Dede was able to amass 1,524 yards and 17 touchdowns his senior year. These numbers won him unanimous All-American honors, the 2016 Biletnikoff Award which is presented to the top receiver in all of college football and was a Heisman Trophy finalist.

Since winning the Sugar Bowl over Auburn, he has been training tirelessly for the NFL Combine in April where he will look to impress the NFL scouts, coaches and front office officials with not only his play on the field, but his knowledge of the game and his charismatic personality off the field.

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