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04
Mar
11

Griz MBB Fall signees update

I have been away for awhile, but do not take it personally I am just lazy. Not a lot happening on the Griz recruiting front that I can tell, but I hear they are still somewhat active in the 2011 spring recruiting sweepstakes.

Just to review, Montana men’s team only has one senior this year in Brian Qvale. This spring they signed two high school guards in Kevin Henderson of Auburn high school in Washington and Jordan Gregory of Pueblo East/ That leaves the Griz one scholarship over going into the spring recruiting period, so it is not that surprising that the Griz are not that active in the 2011 class. Still I do have a couple names that I hear the Griz are looking at, so it sounds like they are hedging their bets incase more than one player “decides” to leave. I will get into who the player are in my next post but in the rest of this post I want to look at Henderson and Gregory and their senior season.

Now if you have been following my Twitter account you will already know much of this info.

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Jordan Gregory 6-2 point guard
Pueblo East high school – Colorado
27 points
29% 3pt field goal, 69% free-throw

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14
Oct
10

***Breaking News Henderson Commits***

Some breaking news here.  I have heard from multiple sources that Kevin Henderson from Auburn high school from the state of Washington committed to the University of Montana last night.  Henderson is a 6-3 shooting guard who is the deep threat three point shooter the Griz have been looking for this fall.

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09
Oct
10

Griz Recruit: Kevin Henderson


I have heard that the University of Montana and Wayne Tinkle ‘ basketball coaches are recruiting Kevin Henderson of Auburn high school in Auburn, Washington. Henderson is a 6-3 180 pound shooting guard / small forward prospect that plays in the State of Washington’s South Puget Sound League, which is arguable the toughest league in the state of Washington. The SPSL typically produces 6-12 NCAA division one prospects a year.

Last season for Auburn Henderson averaged 21 points and 7 rebounds a game in leading Auburn to the state championship tournament. Henderson lays along side guard junior Iszia Johnson (16 points, 7 rebounds) who should form this year one of the best guard tandems in the state. Henderson was named South Puget Sound League North 4A first-team all-league as well as first team All-South Puget Sound League.

Henderson is a scorer having had more than a few games of over 30 points last season. He has solid three point range and a quick release, but he also can drive and score in traffic. He has long arms and should be a good defender with a little more work, and is a very good athlete.

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