By LEE HILLER, Journal Sports
Bossier Parish Community College freshman guard Jaeden Marshall has been named one of the top 50 junior college first-year players in the country by jucorecreuiting.com
Marshall, a 6-foot, 4-inch guard from Hinesville, Ga., is second on the team averaging 11.2 points per game. He is shooting 46.9 percent from the floor, 37.8 percent on 3-pointers and 75.9 at the free throw line.
“Jaeden was named one of the top 50 true freshmen in the country and I am very proud of him for that,” said BPCC head coach John Anthony Anglin. “I am also very proud of him as he also handled his business in the classroom with above a 3.0 last semester He has persevered through a slow and rocky start to begin with but has figured it out. He’s been very consistent for us both on the floor and off the floor so I am very happy for him.”
JucoRecruiting.com is the official scouting/media partner of the All-American JUCO Showcase Invitational (top invite-only JUCO event during July live period /300+ college coaches). The All-American JUCO showcase has agreed to extend official invites to all 50 players (aside from players who have signed with 3 years of eligibility.)
The JUCO Showcase Invitational will be played in Atlanta on July 8-10.
Photo: by Lee Hiller