Wednesday, May 23, 2012

BCS grad Daniel Magley signs with NEOSHO CC

Former BCS star Daniel Magley in action
Former Bradenton Christian basketball standout Daniel Magley has signed to play with Neosho County Community College in Chanute, Kansas.

The 6-2 guard was a 2010-11 Bradenton Herald All Area first team selection his senior year at BCS when he averaged more than 19 points per game.  He had a standout career playing for his dad and former BCS head coach Dave Magley.

Daniel graduated as the all time assist leader at BCS with 446 and was second to his older brother D.J. Magley in scoring with 1,647 points. In his senior year, he led the Panthers to a 21-7 record topping the team in scoring (19.6 ppg), rebounding (8.6 rpg) and assists (6.2 apg). His single game career high was 32 points against Pinellas Park.

During his career at BCS, the Panthers won two region championships and four district titles and went to the state final four twice.  He now returns to play in the state where his dad earned All-American honors in college at the University of Kansas.

"Daniel is a high quality student-athlete that posseses the types of leadership qualities that we expect out of our point guard. As a coach's son who grew up around the game, he also has a great feel for dong the right thigns both on and off the court," Neosho head coach Jeremy Coombs said.

The Neosho Panthers play in the National Junior College Division I level and finished last season with a 17-14 record

No comments:

Post a Comment