…Continueing with my look at Bobcat men targets for the spring of 2011. In general I posting the more likely prospects first, less likely later. I do not know where to Biglow, becuase I know the coaches would really want to have him in the program and they are in contact with him, but he seems to be kid who’s recment has exploded. Still I have not been able to get ANY clear indication on who his leaders are.
Antonio Biglow 6-0 combo guard
Mt San Antonio JC CA
23 points, 4 rebounds, 7 assist, 3 steals, 55% field goal, 36% 3pt field goal, 74% free-throw
Year of eligibility: 2 years
Recruiting Notes: This is another one of those kids the Bobcats have been recruiting for quite some time. Sprinkle and Huse recruited him as a high school junior and senior. He did not qualify for D-1 and he went to prep school and the Cat’s continued to recruit him. He did qualify for D-1 at the prep and went to Mt. San Antonio JC, where Huse and Starr continued to recruit him hard. I understand Biglow and Starr are pretty close but his recruitment is sky rocketing this year. I have heard from a couple sources that he may be the best guard prospect in the California JC ranks. We will have to see.
Player Summary: Biglow is a point guard who can score the ball or set up teammates with equal proficiency. He has a quick first step that allows him to get by defenders, drive and either score or pass to an open teammate. He also has a very solid mid range game and quick release on his three point shot. He is a nightmare to defend. His size is a concern that may keep Pac-10 schools away, but maybe not.
Colleges Interested: I have heard close to 20 schools have shown an interest with the list growing. Along with Montana State add most of the WAC, Mountain West, with Pac-10 schools sniffing around.