Jay Scrubb signs with Illinois junior college

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    Jay Scrubb signs with Illinois junior college

    Jason Frakes is reporting that Trinity's Jay Scrubb, the 7th Region Player of the Year, has signed with John A. Logan College, a junior college in Illinois. There are a number of Kentucky players already there apparently, including Taylor County's David Sloan and Ballard's Clivonte Patterson.
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    Madisonville's Javeion Eaves, who originally signed with Evansville is also at John A. Jalen Perry played at JALC before going to UAB also. They are typically one of the best juco teams in the country.

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    I thought he was going to Aspire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gchs_uk9 View Post
    I thought he was going to Aspire?
    He announced on social media that he was going to Aspire but that changed pretty quickly, within a few days of when he made that announcement.

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    David Sloan and Ben Moss are at John Logan.

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    Very good JUCO

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    Why do I keep thinking that Trinity let this kid down ? Just seems like that the status that Trinity holds they would have had him prepared for a 4 year school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4 Quarters View Post
    Why do I keep thinking that Trinity let this kid down ? Just seems like that the status that Trinity holds they would have had him prepared for a 4 year school.
    By his own admission, he was way behind when he got to Trinity. Went to Central for his freshman year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4 Quarters View Post
    Why do I keep thinking that Trinity let this kid down ? Just seems like that the status that Trinity holds they would have had him prepared for a 4 year school.
    Maybe they did the best that they and he could have done.

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    Wasn’t even allowed to play at T as a sophomore so he could get his grades up
    If he wouldn’t or couldn’t meet the academic standard to qualify to play with all the resources available at Trinity to help him then he was never going to qualify academically at any school IMO
    Sometimes it is what it is

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    The way the sliding scale works now it’s really hard not to qualify. Kind of crazy to think he didn’t make it.

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