Another Solid Game For Big East Recruit

Reporter Mike Sullivan updates us on the regular season progress of Big East recruit Jabril Trawick, who continues to produce some very impressive individual games so far this year ...

PLAYER PROFILE: Jabril Trawick

HEIGHT: 6-foot-4

WEIGHT: 182 pounds

POSITIONS: Can play a couple of positions -- small Forward and shooting guard

CLASS: 2011, a senior prospect

HIGH SCHOOL: Abington Friends School in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania

HIGH SCHOOL HEAD COACH: Steve Chadwin

AAU TEAM: Team Phenom from the city of Philadelphia

AAU HEAD COACH: Paul Gripper

COLLEGE/UNIVERSITIES OF INTEREST: Jabril signed a letter of intent with Big East Conference program Georgetown.

PREVIOUSLY REPORTED:

Jabril previously landed scholarship offers from several other programs including Florida State, LaSalle, Fairfield, Drexel, Robert Morris, Delaware, Richmond, and VCU before deciding to sign with Georgetown.

TRAWICK'S TOP GAMES THIS PAST SUMMER AND ALSO THIS FALL:

Jabril scored 12 points and hauled down seven rebounds in a losing effort in the Mustafa Shakure Chosen League tournament held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Trawick's team, Jrue Holiday, was upended 54-48, in a hard-fought championship game by the Shakur squad.

Previously, Jabril produced 21 points and had three blocks in a victory at an event held in South Carolina. Jabril played for Team Phenom of Philadelphia, Penn. this summer.

Earlier in the summer, Jabril produced 27 points and grabbed five rebounds to help his team defeat Team Loaded, 97-90.

TOP GAMES IN 2010-2011 REGULAR SEASON:

Jabril scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to help his team blast Shipley, 60-40, in a league contest. AFS improved its record to 11 wins in 15 contests.

Jabril also had five assists and three blocks in the victory today.

Previously, Trawick scored 14 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and had two blocks to help AFS upend a solid Trenton Catholic High School team, 59-48.

Jabril also had a terrific game against a very talented Life Center basketball team, ripping off 29 points and also being a factor on the glass with nine rebounds. AFS defeated Life Center, 85-75.


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