Sloan Seymour verbally agrees on joining Sienna
After Jalen Pickett swore his allegiance to Sienna College a few days ago, Sloan Seymour of Capital School has verbally agreed to join Sienna under newly appointed coach Jamion Christian. Christian has been working on his spells it seems as two of the most sought-after players have already made a clear decision about their future. Seymour was all praise about his new coach and said that Christian boasts of a great personality and he liked him straightaway. Seymour’s talent never went unheeded and he was impressed by Christian whose vision of how he could fit into his style of play, and his intimidating demeanour coupled with long range shooting will bolster Sienna’s attack.
Seymour is 6 foot 9 and weighs in 200 pounds, and Jamion’s style of using wider areas and playing five-out basketball will wreak havoc at opposition defences. Seymon’s move was also catalysed by the fact that his father Steve Seymon served as an assistant coach for 3-years at Sienna. Sienna will see 4 of their senior players opting for other places. Jordan Horn has already made up his mind and will ply his trade for North Dakota whereas Nico Clareth and Roman Penn are still weighing their options.
Jim Foster reveals his retirement plans
Jim Foster, 69, has certainly retired as a legendary women’s basketball coach, and in a career spanning close to 40 years, Foster’s CV speaks volume. Winning 903 times, he has been fondly remembered for his time with the Buckeyes. Foster has revealed that his sons have asked him to spend more time with them and his grandchildren. The demise of Larry Hunter may have catalysed his decision of retiring when the time is ripe, and get the chance to enjoy the twilight of his life. Jim has also expressed that nothing holds him back anymore, ,and he is not afraid of what lies ahead. Jim Foster will be remembered as one of the finest coaches USA basketball fraternity could ever have.
Ahmed Ali joins the Cougars
Ernie Kent looks like a man of his words as he is hell bent on promoting prodigious junior college players, and his latest input would be EFSC’s Ahmed Ali. Ahmed’s records as a sophomore is something to envy, and that has prompted Kent to bolster his squad. Ahmed is the 7th Sophomore joining Washington State and eyes will be on Kent to deliver on his promise.