One thing the IMG Academy basketball program is well-known for at the college level is producing high-quality, able-to-contribute-immediately point guards. This year is no different, as two of our post-grads have had tremendous seasons while using their time to develop and prepare for the next level. Both of these players have Division-I ability. Check out information on them below.
First, we have Khalif Toombs, a 5'9 150 jitterbug of a lead guard. Plays very fast and uptempo, but always in control of the game. Khalif is a harrassing pest of a defender. He had tremendous showings versus some of the best junior colleges and prep schools in the nation, including Miami Dade, Palm Beach, Pasco Hernando, God's Academy and Cape Fear CC. He averaged 16 points, 6 assists and 2 steals per game this year. Khalif can step out and shoot with range, and has been a winner at every level he has played. Best competitive spirit in program. Originally from Atlantic City.
Next, we have Jeremee Davis, a 6'2, 185, scoring lead guard. Very physical, Jeremee is that new breed of attacking guard that gets into the lane relentlessly. He has improved his perimeter shot to go along with his tremendous mid-range game. This season, Jeremee averaged 13 points, 4 assists, and 3 steals per game. Jeremee excels in transition and wreaks havoc against defenses off of a ball screen with both his ability to score and pass. Originally from Georgia, Jeremee has a great personality and has only scratched the surface of how good he can become.
For more information on either Khalif or Jeremee, please contact Coach Dan Barto at Dan.Barto@imgworld.com.