Where Are They Now?

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    Class of 2010

    Cameron Legge
    University of Massachusetts
    Academic Scholarship
    Sports Management Program
    Andy Jones
    Azusa Pacific University
    Basketball Scholarship
    Marketing Major
    Matt Shahin
    Arizona State University
    Academic Scholarship
    Pre-Med Studies
    Dillon Maggiano
    University of Arizona
    Academic Scholarship
    Pre-Med Studies 
    Roy Drebert
    Mesa Community College
    Communication Major
    Tevin Newell
    Scottsdale Community College
    Football Scholarship
    Business Major
    Ramon Abreu
    Arizona State University
    Football Scholarship
    Roy Garcia
    Northern Arizona University
    Football Scholarship

    Class of 2009

    Tanner Kundrat
    Arizona State University
    Business Major

    Class of 2008

    Harrison Evens
    2008/2009 Walk-on ASU Football
    2009/2010 Wide Receiver - ASU #81
    Daniel Johnson
    Colorado Northwestern
    Basketball Team
    Ryan Bawek
    South Mountain Community College
    Basketball Team
    Matt Talton
    Scottsdale Community College
    Football Team

    Class of 2007

    Marcus Atkins
    Central Arizona
    Business Degree 
    Basketball Team
    Alex Andrews
    Central Arizona
    Basketball Team
    Plans to major in Engineering at ASU 
    Weylan Towns
    Western Colorado University
    Basketball Scholarship

    Class of 2006

    Mychael Broom
    University Of Detroit:
    Men's Basketball Adds Arizona Native Broom for 2007-08 Season
    Head men's basketball coach Perry Watson announced on Tuesday that the Titans had signed junior college transfer Mychael Broom to a National Letter of Intent for the 2007-08 season. Broom will continue his athletic and academic career at Detroit as a sophomore and have three years of eligibility remaining.
    Kal Bay

    Kal Bay started 12 games for the CU Buffs in 2006-07.
    Played in 27 games. 
    Averaged 6.3 points per game last season. 
    Made 43 3-pointers, second most on the team.

    *Last heard, Kal Bay has left the University of Colorado program. 
    Rivals.Com transfer tracker shows Bay transfering to the College of Eastern Utah. 
    Will keep checking the news to confirm if this is correct.* 



    Class of 2004

    DuBois Williams
    Played four years of hoops at Marcos De Niza High School in Tempe...captain of the team in 2003 and 2004...second-team all-conference and first team All-East Valley in 2004...set school record for free throws made in a season and most assists in career...averaged 20 points and eight assists in senior year...posted school record for field goal percentage in 2004...career highs were 44 points, 15 rebounds and 18 assists...hit game-winner for rival Corona on a 28-footer in 2002 5A state championships. ETC: 

    2006-07: (St. Mary's College) Saw action in 26 games with one start in his first season with the Gaels...was primarily used as a defensive substitution...his only start of the season came on the road at Gonzaga on Feb. 10...averaged 1.1 points and 1.2 rebounds, and 6.2 minutes per game...played 22 minutes in the first game of the season against Seattle Pacific, which was the most of the season...scored a career-high five points against San Diego on Feb. 5 and then matched that with five points in the 87-47 win over Portland in the WCC Tournament...scored four points against Seattle Pacific and CS Monterey Bay...shot 37.0 percent (10-27) from the floor, 16.7 percent (2-12) from 3-point land, and 58.3 percent from the free throw line...had a career-high six rebounds against Murray State in the Shamrock Invitational on Nov. 12...had six steals, nine assists and three blocked shots. 

    2005-06 (Fresno City College): Averaged 8.1 points and 5.5 rebounds per game for Fresno City College, which averaged 98.7 points per game...helped the Rams post a 30-5 overall record in 2005-06...helped Fresno City to a first place finish in the Central Valley Conference with a 13-1 mark...averaged 9.5 points and 6.1 rebounds per game during conference play...FCC advanced to the semifinals of the California state championships...averaged 2.1 assists and 1.5 steals per contest...shot 51.4 percent from the field, 39.4 percent from 3-point range and 68.6 percent from the free throw line...during conference action, shot 59.1 percent from the floor, 40.0 percent from 3-point land, and 67.6 percent from the free throw line...scored a season-high 16 points during conference play. 

    2004-05 (Arizona State): Redshirted the season. 

    Class of 2003

    Jon Ziri

    Jon Ziri is in his fifth and final season of collegiate basketball at LMU after serving as a redshirt in 2003-04. Earned valuable playing time as a freshman, playing in 25 of 29 games in his first season of action and then came through for the Lions as a redshirt sophomore when he was inserted in the starting line-up after three games. He is the only senior on this year's squad for the Lions. http://lmulions.cstv.com/sports/m-baskbl/mtt/ziri_jon00.html

    2008/2009: Assistant Varsity Coach for Marcos de Niza Basketball team
    2009/2010: Assistant Varsity Coach for Marcos de Niza Basketball team

    Class of 1998

    Robert Davis


    Was tabbed a Street & Smith honorable mention All-American following his senior campaign... earned all-state, All-Phoenix Metro first-team, and All-East Valley first-team honors as a junior and senior prep... was named the All-East Valley Player of the Year in 1997 and 1998... set the school record in 1996-97 with 84 three-pointers...he had a 19.6 ppg scoring average as a junior... that year, he converted 197-of-552 from the field... connected on 84-of-263 from beyond the three-point line and hit 89-of-145 from the free-throw line... totalled 160 rebounds in 1996-97, while dishing out 38 assists, collecting 66 steals and blocking six shots... as as senior prep, he averaged a career-high 22.7 points per game after scoring 545 total points...hit 170-of-424 from the field, 68-of-209 from the three-point line, and 133-of-198 from the charity stripe... recorded 68 assists, 48 steals and blocked four shots as a senior... scored a total of 1123 points as a prep, while finishing with 152 three-pointers, and 302 total rebounds... coach was Sam Antcliff. 

    1998-99 at Loyola Marymount College 
    1999-00 at Chandler Gilbert Junior College ... led the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference in scoring with 26.2 points per game... as the league leader, he earned first-team All-Conference honors. 
    2000-01 at Loyola Marymount College
    2001-02 at Loyola Marymount College - - led the team with 46 three-pointers

    2007/2008: Junior Varsity Coach for Marcos de Niza Basketball team
    2008/2009: Junior Varsity Coach for Marcos de Niza Basketball team

    Class of 1997

    Tony Jones

    Phoenix Flame Add And 1 Star Tony Jones and Others to 2007 Roster - IBL
    MLN Newswire-www.mlntherawfeed.com-Phoenix, AZ—The Phoenix Flame, an expansion team in the International Basketball League, have added Tony Jones to their 2007 roster. Jones, better known as ‘Go Get It’ from the And 1 Mix Tape Tour and the ESPN show Streetball, will play shooting guard and both forward positions for the Flame. Jones, 6’8”, played at Mesa Community College (1997-1999) before transferring to Chicago State University to complete his collegiate career. Jones has played in several summer pro leagues, earning individual workouts with the Washington Wizards and Memphis Grizzlies.
    Jones first competed on the And 1 Mix Tape Tour in 2003 as an opposing player before earning a permanent spot during the Phoenix tour stop in June of 2006...(please click on link for more info)