Bluffton High School senior Jermaine Patterson can make a rare claim for a two-sport high school star in South Carolina – he was picked for the state’s most prestigious senior all-star game in both football and basketball.
Patterson was one of 10 players named to the South Carolina team for the Carolinas All-Star Basketball Classic on Tuesday, and the only selection who also was picked to represent the Palmetto State in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas all-star football game last fall. Patterson, who was named the inaugural LowcoSports.com All-Area Offensive Player of the Year for football, elected not to play in the Shrine Bowl because the game fell during basketball season.
A 5-11 guard, Patterson has led the Bobcats to a 14-7 overall record and a 5-2 mark in region play heading into the regular-season finale Thursday at Ridgeland-Hardeeville. He is averaging 28 points, five rebounds, and five assists.
On Monday, Phenom Hoop Report reported Patterson’s commitment to play basketball at Queens University of Charlotte, the No. 2 ranked team in NCAA Division II.
CAROLINAS ALL-STAR BASKETBALL CLASSIC
March 24, 2018
John T. Hoggard High School, Wilmington, N.C.
South Carolina Boys Roster
Robert Braswell, Blythewood
Diamante Brown, A.C. Flora
Shelton Brown, West Ashley
Alex Caldwell, Wilson
Bradley Childers, Gaffney
Shaq Davis, Summerville
Isaih Moore, Sumter
Jimmy Nichols, Conway
Jermaine Patterson, Bluffton
Kevin Williamson, Aiken
Head Coach: Tim Morris, Woodmont
Assistant: Jerome Stewart, Timberland
South Carolina Girls Roster
Rikoya Anderson, Rock Hill
Skylar Blackstock, Wando
Quin Byrd, Hillcrest
Madison Golden, Dutch Fork
D’asia Gregg, Wilson
Madisen Smith, Greenville
Jordan Strange, A.C. Flora
Cyntheria Sullivan, Strom Thurmond
Alexis Tomlin, Carolina Forest
Amari Young, North Augusta
Head Coach: Faye Norris, Dutch Fork
Assistant: Sherer Hopkins, Clover
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