Saints Assistant Bullish on Recruiting Class
KSCB News - June 26, 2012 4:17 pm
Seward assistant Jason Sautter visited the Sportsguys radio show Monday morning. Bryan Zollinger’s right hand man is entering his second season, and the Saints appear to be putting together a well stocked recruiting class which should see them in the hunt again next winter. Sautter also talks about Saturday’s exposure event at the Green House for high school upper classmen. Click on the audio icon to hear the interviews. Below is a past KSCB article regarding the recruiting class and an SCCC/ATS article about the exposure event.
After a 3rd place finish at the NJCAA Tournament last March, Seward head coach Bryan Zollinger and assistant Jason Sautter have done anything but rest on their laurels. Seward is in the process of signing a very talented crop to Seward. One of the headliners is SMU transfer 6’8" Leslee Smith from the Virgin Islands. He is joined by 5’10" Malcolm Hill-Bay of Evergreen Park, Illinois, 6′ Rockell Lee-Vaughn of Washington D.C. 5’11" Josh Sweet of Washburn Rural, 6’5" DeVondre Livingston of Liberal, 6’4" Jabari Peters of Brooklyn, N.Y. and 6’11" Ed Bridgeforth of Washington D.C.
They join the returning sophomore group of 6’10" Edson Avila, 6′ Kaheem Ransom, 5’11" Briston White, and redshirt 6’8" Thaddeus Smith.
The Saints are not finished recruiting yet, but the names mentioned above have signed for next year.
The Seward County Men’s Basketball Program will be
holding its 1st Exposure Event for interested players on June 30th at
1:00 in the Greenhouse on the campus of SCCC/ATS. Players who have
completed their sophomore year of high school and/or have junior college
eligibility are welcomed to attend the event which will see them go
through drills and game action with the Seward County coaches. Players
will be given evaluations from staff as well as campus tours if
interested. The cost for the event is $25 per player. For more
information or to register to be a part of the event, contact Assistant
Coach Jason Sautter at [email protected], 620-417-1558, or fill out
the online form HERE