THE Blue Devil Bulletin....
LATEST VICTORY ROCK PLAYERS TO PLAY COLLEGE BASKETBALL
By @VRockBasketball on Sep 14 2014, 12:20a
Victory Rock Prep is proud to announce its newest alumnis, who will play college basketball.
Ran Tut, Mychael Henley, Nicolas Reynolds and Keith Langston II. (photo), have recently signed with college basketball teams.
Ran Tut will play for Monroe College (NY), Mychael Henley is going to be one of AIB's newest members, Nicolas Reynolds is going to Columbia College and Keith Langston II. will play basketball for the Pasadena City College.
Victory Rock Prep is very proud of you!
DEAN GETS THE POINT: SOPHOMORE GUARD A SUCCESS ON THE COURT AND IN THE CLASSROOM
By Ryan Clark NKU Marketing & Communications November, 2014
Dean Danos knows that to be successful in academics and athletics, you have to manage your time.
Listen to what he says — because it’s working.
Danos, a 20-year-old sophomore point guard on the from Oak Lawn, Ill., is juggling the responsibilities of playing Division I men's basketball and majoring in biology. Last year he played in all 30 games and earned a 3.3 GPA.
Adel's 35 Points Paces Red Team in Intrasquad Scrimmage
Deng Adel scored a game high 35 points, including 22 in the second half, and the University of Louisville men's Red Team earned a 97-81 victory over the White Team during the annual Intrasquad scrimmage.
Mangok Mathiang also contributed 15 points and 3 blocks in the win as well.
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Victory Rock Prep named Best of Bradenton for 2019
Loren Cristian Jackson receives the PNC Achiever Award
His hard work on and off the court has earned Jackson the honor of being named a PNC Student Achiever for fall 2019 at the University of Akron. The program honors two students each semester who have excelled in a variety of ways in their college careers.
"It's great to be recognized for such a prestigious award," Jackson said. "I never thought I'd be one of the students chosen as a PNC Student Achiever."
The award is well deserved.
As a graduating senior majoring in business administration, with a minor in entrepreneurship, he is an Academic All-MAC selection and is a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success. And he's not stopping there.
Jackson will begin pursuing his graduate degree at the University of Akron in the spring, focusing on sports management and coaching. The continuing tie to sports is intentional.
Jackson's father owns Victory Rock Prep, a basketball preparatory school in Bradenton, Fla., that aims to help players excel in the game. Jackson is expected to take over the business – and he has big plans.
"I would like to expand the business to other states, and maybe even another country," Jackson said.
KHALIL SMALL SIGNED WITH GREEN BAY
By Andrew Gavin, November 2013
GREEN BAY, Wis. (GreenBayPhoenix.com) – Daeshon Francis (Indianapolis, Ind.) and Khalil Small (Chicago, Ill.) signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday to play their collegiate basketball for the Green Bay men’s basketball program, head coach Brian Wardle announced. The two guards will join the program beginning with the 2014-15 season.
“I am extremely excited to add both Daeshon Francis and Khalil Small to our program,” Wardle said. “They are good fits for our locker room, they are humble young men that are unselfish and team first individuals that want to win. They also fit into our program identity as players. They are talented perimeter players that really compete, defend, and rebound. Daeshon and Khalil bring explosive intangibles that you can’t teach and will help continue to build on our strong foundation.
MARCEL MOORE SIGNED WITH KATAJA BASKETBALL TO PLAY PRO IN FINLAND
By Kataja Basket on Jul 28 2014
As one of Finland's key players at the European U20 Championship, Marcel Moore comes to an agreement with Kataja Basketball. Moore was one of the contributers of the teams success averaging 11.8 pts and 5.0 rebounds. He had a team high 94 pts in the tournament. 47% from the field and 37% from 3pt range. In all 8 matches he averaged 23 minutes per game.
Moore spent the 2013-14 period, the United States in Florida, where studied and played in the Victory Prep School in Rock (High School).He missed the season due to injury, a dozen, but on the whole, the time United States was rewarding. - Expenditure practice was certainly far from a college-level. All were treated very carefully, to prepare for college basketball. The aim was to grow as a player and the target was achieved, Moore says. He was offered a scholarship to the so-called Junior College-level, (NJCAA), as the Florida State College approached him. They want to recruit Moore for the upcoming 2014-15 season.
FROM SUDAN, TO AUSTRALIA, TO LOUISVILLE: DENG ADEL'S JOURNEY TO AMERICA
by Scott Phillips July 2014
CHICAGO — Deng Adel has only been in the United States for a year or so, but the 6-foot-7 Class of 2015 wing is already acclimating well to the American style of play and lifestyle.
Basketball wasn’t even Adel’s first sport — that would be soccer — but now through hard work and skill development, basketball has given the native of South Sudan — by way of Australia — a chance to play at Louisville.
“I was born in South Sudan and then I moved to Australia in 2004 and lived there for about 10 years then came here. I used to play soccer though, I wasn’t really into basketball,” Adel told NBCSports.com. “But I moved locations and the only people I would hang around with played basketball, so I just kind of changed sports.”....