Monday, 11 July 2011
Louisville (KY)'s Eastern High School picked up a huge addition when 6'1 170 lbs. guard Jordan Brangers decided to transfer there from North Hardin. The former North Hardin star averaged 13 points per game to go with 3 rebounds last season.
Despite the transfer Brangers still has some lofty goals for his first year at Eastern saying "Goals for the upcoming season include being a impact player and winning a state title." Many may say winning a state title may be a reach for Eastern after losing the likes of Remy Abell and Lyonell Gaines this past season.
Brangers does have some early interest from a couple schools those are "Liberty and Iowa Wesleyan." Brangers says Liberty stands out "Because the satff and they make sure you're taken care of and doing good." Brangers also said the Flame are recruiting him the hardest right now.
If you want to catch Brangers this summer you can see him at "Eddie Ford Hoopfest in Louisville" which is going on right now. The 2013 star says he has no timetable for his decision, but also added "I wouldn't mind playing alongside Derek Willis." Willis is headed to Purdue, so if the Boilermakers ever enter the picture it may be tough to sway the youngster.
If you make it out to watch Brangers he'll be playing with the BA Hoyas.