Stockman Chooses Tigers


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Basketball Head Coach Larry Shyatt continues to put together a very impressive recruiting class as he adds point guard Tony Stockman.


Stockman 6-2, 180lbs., averaged 19 points last season for his high school team in Medina, OH. Scouts were very impressed with his smart play, excellent court vision, and ball handling skills. His three point shooting was also excellent.


Stockman had official visits to Nebraska and Wake Forest, as well as Clemson. He also considered Miama(FL), Ohio State, and Miami (OH).


Other commitments in this class include:

6-5 2G Dwon Clifton from High Point, NC

6-8 C/F Chris Hobbs from Chapel Hill, NC

6-8 PF De'on Dixon from Fayetteville, NC

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