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09

Bobcats track Kalonji Paschal


KalonziPaschalThe Bobcat men’s program are tracking Kalonji Paschal, a 5-10 165 point guard currently playing for Eastern Arizona JC. Brad Huse has been recruiting Paschal almost from the time he got the Montana State job. At this point though I am not sure how or if he would fit into the Cats future plans, and I suspect the Cats are still defining their JC recruiting needs for 2010.

Kalonji Paschal is originally from Jefferson High school in Portland Oregon. His high school team featured two other D-1 players. Paschel averaged close to 13 points a game, while handing out 5 assists and 3 steals a game. A very good athlete, Paschel was most like a more highly recruited football player out of high school at the wide receiver position but basketball was the sport he preferred. Last April he pretty much told Rivals.com that he wanted to attend Montana State, as soon as he was cleared by the NCAA clearing house. The problem he had the high school grade to qualify for d-1 but could never get a passing ACT/SAT score, so he had to go the JC route. Earlier this year on OregonLive.com Paschal had the following to say about MSU and his recruitment

 

And if it worked for them, he was certainly willing to give it a try. Maybe Montana State will come around again.

“I’m hopeful,” Paschal said. “The good thing about being here is that a lot of other schools will come around, also.”

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Paschal played for Eastern Arizona JC the same school that produced current Bobcat, Will Bynum. This past season, he averaged 6 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals a game while shooting 41% from the field.

Paschal is a pure point guard with speed and athleticism. He is very comfortable running a team, or scoring when called upon. He was named conference tournament MVP his senior season when he lead Jefferson to a tournament win with a 23 point performance.

If the coaches determine they need a JC point next year do not be surprised if they take a look at Paschel.

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