Another guard at Junior College On WVU Radar
A few days ago we made a profile for Sean McNeil, a 6-foot-4 shooting guard at Sinclair College of Community in Dayton, Ohio, who recently visited WVU.
The next junior college player is a West Virginia radar and a Tajzmel Sherman, a 6-foot combo guard, 3 pounds, from Collin College in Plano, Texas.
From Fort Bend, Texas, Sherman is averaged 27.5 points on this season for the Cougars, which is 21-5 entering the four of their final seasonal games.
With the shooting priority of the future of the WVU basketball team in the future, Sherman has some numbers that could fill in that need. He made 215-of-437 season goal candidates (49.2 percent) as well as three points 86-of-219 (39.3 percent) and 172-of-195 dirty shots (88.2 percent). It increases 5.2 rebounds, 5.0 help with it and 1.6 steals per game.
Sherman grew up near Houston, and as senior in 2017, he helped the Thurgood Marshall High School School to reach the Class Class Texas state championship game. Despite this success, most of the attention to the Buffalo basketball team went to Section I recruited by John Walker (Texas A & M) and Jabari Rice (New Mexico State). Sherman had a play when college coaches came to the scope of his team.
Therefore he came to a land at Collin, but he immediately received a role. He became 15.0 points per game as a fresh person, and now he is the third country in the junior college in scoring and his average 27.5 points per game. It will only go Sean McNeil de Sinclair C.C. (30.4 ppg) and Alonzo Verge of Moberly Area (Mo.) C.C. (30.1 ppg)
"He can create his own shot," said Jim Coileach, coach Collins, for Houston Chronicle. "He can go on his shot, and he can play it. It's a good way out of the screen, and it's a 6-foot-3, a jump can read as people can shoot. You can not teach him to score the basketball. It's good. "
The scholarship provides Sherman that there is a lot of speed coming up late. He started at sophomore season at Collin with bids from Texas State, Buffalo, UTEP, FIU, East Carolina, SMU and Cincinnati. But in February, the attention was greatly increased, as Utah, State of Oklahoma, Iowa State, Purdue and West Virginia have expanded tenders.