Tuesday, March 31

Milton Jennings, the Future of Clemson Basketball ?

Tomorrow, Milton Jennings plays in the McDonald's All-American game at 8pm. Read about other games next year's class will be participating in here.

Since arriving in Miami, Milton Jennings has already placed 2nd in the first-ever all around basketball skills competition. He finished with a time of 37.9 seconds, losing by just .9 seconds to Dante Taylor.

And while Milton Jennings will have a role in the future of Clemson Basketball, the rest of the team, at least in the starting positions, will be open up to competition, per Oliver Purnell.
With us not finishing the way we’d like to, the mix is not necessarily the mix we’re going to go with next year. We’re going to play guys who defend and make an effort, plus be effective as one defensively and offensively.

Trevor Booker might be the only lock as a starter, as Booker will be coming back next year. Here is a link from draftexpress.com analyzing Trevor's game and potential draft status.

Elsewhere around the Clemson Hoops world:

Clemson student Adam Linkenauger won a dunk competition and will featured in a commercial for something I probably won't buy.

Ex-Clemson/Florida/Shyatt assistant and co-hort Shaka Smart will take over for Anthony Grant at VCU.

Here is a long list of links to pictures from the Greenville News of this year's games. The games are listed in reverse chronological order.

Go Tigers!

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