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- Scout Basketball | Scout Hoops07/20/2015
During the second July evaluation period, Scout's basketball recruiting team covered events in Atlanta, Dallas, New York City, Milwaukee, Chicago, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. Who stood out during the period?
- Doug Konkel | Jaguars Report10/19/2011
Aaron Durley, once a gigantic sensation as a player in the Little League World Series, has matured into a 6'10" 275lb basketball prospect. The developing center prospect is attracting attention as he enters his senior season at George Bush High School in Houston.
- Doug Konkel | Jaguars Report10/09/2011
The state of Texas has always been very good to South Alabama basketball. When Ronnie Arrow first assumed the reigns of the program fresh off of three national junior college national championships at San Jacinto, he immediately began mining the state for talent. Here in his second tour of duty that strategy still holds true.
- Doug Konkel | Jaguars Report06/03/2011
With assistant coach Mike Brown moving back to his home state to take a job at Eastern Michigan, South Alabama has been looking for the right man to fill his spot on the bench. Coach Ronnie Arrow found the right fit with a candidate that he is very familiar with.
- Doug Konkel | Jaguars Report06/03/2011
After two years with the South Alabama program, rising junior Martino Brock and rising senior Allyn Cooks have decided to finish their careers elsewhere. The two mainstays were granted their unconditional releases this past week and are now seeking new universities to play for.
- Doug Konkel | Jaguars Report05/24/2011
In the 2010-2011 season USA basketball had to play with a severe disadvantage. Because of historical APR issues, the program was docked two scholarships and weekly practice time. This, plus other issues, led to a disappointing season on the hardwood, but good times may be returning.
- Doug Konkel | Jaguars Report05/16/2011
As the spring signing period comes to a close, South Alabama has one more scholarship left to give after signing high school players Jordan Roach and Mychal Ammons in the fall and junior college stars Trey Anderson, Xavier Roberson, Freddie Jones-Goldstein and Dallas Jones this spring. Jagsjungle.com has learned the identity of another possibility who may join USA in 2011-2012.
- JagsJungle.com Staff | Jaguars Report05/10/2011
Coach Ronnie Arrow was a guest on the WNSP morning show with Voice of the Jaguars, Lee Shirvanian, and spoke about the newcomers to the program and the progress of the holdovers as well. Here is some of the information he gave.
- Doug Konkel | Jaguars Report05/04/2011
With the loss of two senior guards and the impending transfer of backcourt players Martino Brock and Allyn Cooks, South Alabama needed an injection of talent and experience at both the shooting and point guard positions. Junior college transfers Trey Anderson, Xavier Roberson and Freddie Jones-Goldstein have been signed to fill those needs and now another player enters the jungle.
- Doug Konkel | Jaguars Report04/28/2011
Neosho point guard Trey Anderson has found himself a wanted man here in the home stretch of the spring signing period. A few weeks ago he narrowed his finalists down to three. Now that he has completed his last visit, Trey tells JagsJungle.com his thoughts on each of the schools as he prepares to make his selection.
- Doug Konkel | Jaguars Report04/23/2011
As the spring signing period continues, many of the top junior college prospects have gone off the board. As the pool of top-level candidates shrinks, those that are left are finalizing their last visits and preparing for the important decision to come. For Trey Anderson, this coming week will be the critical one for his playing future.
- JagsJungle.com Staff | Jaguars Report04/18/2011
A lot of things go into one's decision in choosing the right college. When you factor into the equation all of the variables involved in choosing the right college in which to play athletics, the decision becomes even more daunting and pressure-filled.
- Doug Konkel | Jaguars Report04/15/2011
The spring signing period began on April 13th with USA adding shooting guard Freddie Jones-Goldstein from Motlow State Community College. With at least three more scholarships to give and as many as seven, the Jags have several possibilities remaining to fill out their 2011-2012 roster.
- Doug Konkel | Jaguars Report04/14/2011
South Alabama took a step towards rebuilding it's depleted backcourt on the first day of the spring signing period as they added Motlow State Community College shooting guard Freddie Jones-Goldstein. Jones-Goldstein is expected to challenge for a starting spot after the graduation of seniors Tim Williams and Gary Redus and the probable departure of Allyn Cooks and Martino Brock.
- Doug Konkel | Jaguars Report11/08/2009
With only three scholarship seniors on this year's basketball team, the University of South Alabama has already gone a long way towards filling next season's needs with the commitment of two dynamic junior college players.
- Doug Konkel | Jaguars Report07/07/2008
Mobile's Blount High School is known for producing Division I football players for programs all across the Southeast. Knowing that, startup South Alabama is in the process of developing a relationship with the Leopard program, along with many others in the talent-rich Gulf Coast area. Blount coach Kelvin Sigler took a few minutes to update Jagsjungle.com on the recruiting of his players.
- Doug Konkel | Jaguars Report07/03/2008
After an excellent season at Nebraska, Jay R Strowbridge had no lack of suitors once he decided to transfer. Interest from several Sun Belt schools and many other programs gave him many options, but ultimately he was looking for a home.
- Doug Konkel | Jaguars Report06/24/2008
When Jay R Strowbridge, the talented Nebraska point guard, decided to transfer closer to his home in Alabama, suitors lined up. Strowbridge has now narrowed his choices to four candidates and three of them are powers in the Sun Belt Conference.
- Doug Konkel | Jaguars Report04/22/2008
Just when you thought South Alabama recruiting was all about finding point guards, the Jags come up with a surprise sleeper at the small forward position. This San Antonio gem was well-under the radar but may pay big dividends in the future for USA.