James Douglas, a 6-3" combo guard from Schoolcraft (MI) CC is expected to sign a national letter of intent with the Missouri Tigers today.
Douglas, who originally signed with Wisconsin-Milwaukee, was granted his release by new Panther head coach Rob Jeter after Bruce Pearl left UWM for Tennessee.
Douglas transferred to Schoolcraft after playing as a freshman at Eastern Michigan, where he averaged 5.5 points per game.
Douglas was a Michigan all-state selection as a junior and senior at Detroit (MI) Harper Woods, where he averaged 26 points as a senior, and had several games where he scored over 40 points. He was the Metro Conference's player of the year. He sat out his freshman year, due to Prop 48.
James Douglas Commits to Missouri
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