St. Clair College Men's Basketball Announce Big Recruiting Class
The St. Clair College Men’s Basketball team has secured one of the largest recruiting classes in recent history.
Of the six incoming players signed, four are transfer athletes including a pair from the Michigan Junior College ranks.
Headlining the incoming group are 6’1” guard David Gomez Jr. of Pontia, MI and 6’5” swing player Daelyn Davis of Romulus, MI.
"Gomez is versatile point guard who brings a defense first mentality, is a good passer and can score at the rim. We are looking for David to make an impact from day one," says Co-Head Coach Brendon Seguin.
Another transfer is 6’5” swing man Ian Smart of Chatham — Smart played two years for the University of Western Ontario in London, capping his time there with an 8.2 points per game average in his second campaign for the Mustangs in 2016-17.
LaSalle native, Dallas Akins comes home after a year at the University of British Columbia having spent a season with their track and field team as a high jumper.
The 6’4” guard will add more athleticism to the backcourt while taking the Business Administration - Human Resources program.
The St. Clair Men’s Basketball team will begin their pre-season exhibition schedule on Sep. 26th when they host the University of Windsor at the SportsPlex.
The Saints start West Division regular season play with a road game at Sheridan College in Brampton, when they visit the defending OCAA Bronze Medallists.