Coach Dwight Harris speaks to SGTC Jets
Coach Dwight Harris of the Dwight Harris Boys Club recently visited the Americus campus of South Georgia Technical College to speak to SGTC’s Jets men’s basketball team to help prepare them mentally for their season. He talked with the players about responsibility, being focused and organized, and how to distinguish between the ways boys and men act.
The Dwight Harris Boys Club was founded in 2009, and its vision is to make sure young males learn the three aspects of manhood: spiritual, mental, and physical.
The Jets are currently 2-3 for the season, and they are scheduled to play at home in the Hangar at 4 p.m. on Friday, November 25th against St. Petersburg College and then at 4 p.m. on Saturday, November 26th at 4 p.m. against the College of Central Florida.
The 2016-2017 SGTC Jets include Tre’Von Teague, a 6’2” sophomore guard from Cincinnati, Ohio; Andre Kennedy, a 6’7” sophomore forward from Albany; Jamon Moore, a 6’3” sophomore guard from Sylvester; Bobby Jackson, a 6’7” sophomore forward from Dacula; DeAntre Mack, a 6’1” freshman guard from Atlanta; Mike Boone, a 6’1” freshman guard from Charlotte, North Carolina; Jalen Thomas, a 6’1” freshman guard from Columbus; Moses Jones, a 6’3” freshman guard from Augusta; Ed Jones, a 6’8” redshirt sophomore forward from Lairburn; Pat Welch, a 6’1” sophomore guard from Pembroke, New Hampshire; Jordan Bates, a 6’6” redshirt freshman forward from Orlando, Florida; Derrick Traywick, a 6’1” sophomore guard from Milledgeville; Davion Clark, a 6’5” sophomore forward from Dacula; Kashif Davis, a 6’10” freshman center from Harlem, New York; and Marquel Wiggins, a 6’6” freshman forward from Oglethorpe.
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