Puget Sound adds six to men's basketball recruiting class

Puget Sound adds six to men's basketball recruiting class

TACOMA, Washington - First-year head coach Aubrey Shelton announced six dynamic new Loggers to the Puget Sound men's basketball recruiting class. 

"This class is full of versatility and winning players from winning programs," said Shelton. "All six can play multiple positions, defend, and put the ball in the hoop. Most importantly, they are high-character young men who will make the Puget Sound campus a better place."  

 

Meet the new Loggers

 

Cal Hansen / Seattle, Wash. / O'Dea

6-5 / Forward

Cal Hansen was a four-year varsity player for the Irish, helping the team place second in State his sophomore year. This past season O'Dea went 24-6 overall, and Hansen was selected to the Second Team All-State Tournament Team.  He has the potential make an immediate impact for the Loggers. Hansen has been admitted into Puget Sound's Business Leadership Program. 

 

Donovan Wilson / San Jose, Calif. / Achbishop Mitty

5-10 / Guard

Donovan Wilson is a strong and quick guard who has the ability to get to the rim and shoot from 3-point range. He has the potential to be an elite on-ball defender.  A three-year varsity player at Archbishop Mitty, Wilson helped the Monarchs go deep into the CIF State Playoffs last season. He is interested in studying ethnic studies and sociology.  

 

Jakhai Dillingham / Tacoma, Wash. / Lincoln

6-0 / Guard

Jakhai Dillingham was an intregal part of the Abe's success the past two seasons, helping lead the team to back-to-back 20-0 regular seasons and 26-2 finishes overall, placing fifth and third in State. During his senior season, Dillingham was selected team captain. He shot a team-leading 50-percent from 3-point range, and he was one of the best all-around defenders on the team. 

 

CJ Geathers / Tumwater, Wash. / Tumwater

6-1 / Guard

During his senior season, CJ Geathers led his team in scoring (22.0 points per game), assists, and steals, and he was selected MVP of the 2A Evergreen Conference. A scoring machine, Geathers has the potential to be a big-time contributor right away for the Maroon and White. A terrific student (3.9 GPA at Tumwater), Geathers is interested in majoring in biology. 

 

Jordan Alvarado / Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. / JSerra Catholic

6-3 / Wing

Jordan Alvarado is a four-year varsity player and two-time captain who helped lead the Lions to the CIF State Playoffs the past two seasons. Alvarado is a versatile defensive stopper who is capable of shutting down four positions. Alvarado is interested in beginning his academic career with business courses.  

 

Griffin Webb / Black Diamond, Wash. / Enumclaw

6-4 / Wing

Griffin Webb helped lead Enumclaw to a 23-6 record, district championship, and a fourth-place finish in the 4A State Tournament last winter. Webb is a versatile guard who can do a little bit of everything on the court, including play and defend four positions. A relentless competitor who also excelled on the football field, look for Griffin to make immediate contributions as a Logger. Academically, Griffin is interested in majoring in business.