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    BHSU MBB: Scott inks name to Yellow Jackets

    SPEARFISH, S.D. - Black Hills State University head men's basketball coach, Ryan Thompson, has announced the signing of Joel Scott for the 2019-20 season.

    Scott is a 6-7 forward from Monument, Colorado. During his four years at Lewis Palmer High School, his team appeared in the State Championship game three times, winning the title once. He was the Conference Player of the Year both his junior and senior years, and was also named the 4A State Player of the Year following his senior year. Over his prep career, Scott averaged 15.9 points per game and 6.1 rebounds per game, including an 18.7 ppg and 6.1 rpg average his senior year.

    "Our coaching staff is absolutely thrilled to announce the signing of Joel Scott. He has the potential to develop into a special player at BHSU over the next four years. Joel is a great athlete with his combination of strength, quickness, and jumping ability. He is extremely visible with his skill set as he rebounds, defends, handles the ball, scores from the perimeter, and scores in the post at a very high level," said coach Thompson. "Coming from a family with a rich background in athletics along with playing for one of the best coached high school programs in the state of Colorado, Joel has developed an extremely high basketball IQ. Most importantly, Joel is a classy young man with high character and we are ecstatic to have him join our team this fall."

    Joel is the son of Joel Scott and he has four brothers.






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