Crumpton, only a sophomore, has been showing signs that he's going to be a quality division one college basketball player in the future.
His head coach, Sal Costantino, is very excited about the upside to Jermaine's individual game. "Jermaine s a gymrat," said Costantino. "He did a great job on the glass and excels in transition."
Recently, Niagara Falls High School competed against East High School of Rochester, New York. Niagara Falls won three of the four quarters of competition, utilizing several underclassman. This bodes very well for Costantino's basketball program.
"Jermaine got his first questionaire," Costantino said. "It was from Washington. Hopefully, this is just the first of many he'll receive."
We will keep you updated on his progress this season.