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Saturday, May 17, 2008

JC Forward Decides Happiness is Lubbock, Texas, in His Rear-View Mirror

Posted By on Sat, May 17, 2008 at 1:05 PM

Perhaps Montrell McDonald has been listening to a lot of Mac Davis lately. Or maybe John Pelphrey is just one awfully persuasive fella.

Whatever the reason, the 6'6" McDonald, who spent the past two seasons with Cowley County Community College in Kansas, signed a national letter of intent with the Razorbacks on Friday. He had previously made a verbal commitment to Texas Tech.

CBS College Sports national recruiting analyst Van Coleman told Richard Davenport of Wholehogsports.com the following about McDonald: “He’s an explosive offensive talent. He can really slash to the hoop. He’s got great bounce, and he has an excellent midrange game and has the pullup shot. We had him in the preseason top 15 nationally. He was a JC All-American. He’s got a great allaround game.”

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