Men's Basketball Makes Key Signings For 2016-17 Season

Men's Basketball Makes Key Signings For 2016-17 Season

Largo, MD. - Since the hiring of Brian Johnson, a former assistant of the UMBC Retrievers, the buss about the 2016-17 men's basketball season is at an all-time high. Johnson inherits a program that has won three consecutive Region XX DIII Championships but fell short of making it to the national tournament all three years. With this, Johnson and staff are thrilled about the opportunity, and believes that the program is only a few steps away from getting to that milestone.

With less than four months to go before preseason, the staff is finalizing their recruiting class. To date, they have made major signings at key positions and believes these additions paired with some of their experienced returners should make a run at the 2017 National Championships.

PGCC Signees 2016-2017

Kennith Ford

6'3 shooting guard from National Collegiate H.S. He's a 1st Team All Public Charter School Athletic Association and a 2nd Team All D.C selection averaging 18pts 5reb. He's a redshirt freshman transfer from McLennan Community College.  

Lawrence Perry

6'7 center out of Parkdale H.S. who plays with a lot of energy and effort. Very athletic defender who is physical and a very effective rebounder.

Donald Bruce Lane

6'2 Guard and redshirt freshman transfer from Barton Community College. He has a very explosive first step and can change directions with ease. Great motor on the offense and does a great job playing the passing lanes on defense.

Jeremy Steadman

6'8 Forward from Woodbridge H.S (VA). He's a redshirt freshman transfer from (D2) Alderson Broaddus University. He is an athletic forward who has the versatility to shoot from behind the arc as well as he's a versatile scorer in the paint. He's well known as a defensive eraser who has great timing to block shots and snatch rebounds.

Dariel Medina

6'0 shooting Guard from Blake H.S. Very Good 3 point shooter and ball handler with a knack for taking and making bigtime shots in the clutch.

Alex Morales

6'6 Forward from Manchester Regional High School (NJ). Very versatile with a smooth shooting touch. He's very athletic, has a reputation for making big plays in the clutch, and loves to exploit mismatches. He's a member of the 1st Team All North Jersey where he averaged 19.4 pts, 14.7 rebounds, and 3.6 assist.