Past and present MSU players taking part in Lansing Moneyball Pro-Am League.
The Only Colors continues the playoff time considerations of MSU"s recruits, signees, and verbals. Some are still competing while many players have ended their seasons with big games (Hint: Travis Trice!)
The Only Colors updates MSU basketball commits and targets as the high school season propels into playoff time. We gather news on players from 2011 to 2013.
The Only Colors checks in on how MSU basketball recruits and targets are performing. The latest word on Gary Harris, Travis Trice, Branden Dawson, and others.
[Brandan] Kearney was great. He showed off his ability to dominate a game through defense as the front man in Southeastern’s smothering zone. He’s quick enough to stay with any guard and so long that’s it’s really hard to get a pass around him or shoot over him. On offense, he started slow but found a groove, and kept it going the remainder of the game. He connected on an array of shots from three point range and mid-range. He also scored taking the ball to the basket on a number of drives and backdoor cuts. Kearney’s ability as a passer was also on display as he consistently got the ball to Percy Gibson, who also had a heck of a game. Gibson, a Dayton commit, was a force around the basket and finished with 20 points and 14 rebounds. Kearney controlled the game for the Jungaleers and finished with 24 points.
The Only Colors catches up on how MSU commits and targets are looking as the high school basketball season gets rolling in the Midwest. Lots of info on Branden Dawson, Gary Harris, Lansing Eastern HS, and others.
The Only Colors catches up with what's happening around MSU basketball recruiting. We look at both current recruits and recent signees as this high school seasons starts up.