Twins Basketball Inks Seven Players for '18 – '19 Season
The Twins men's basketball team had seven players sign their letter of intent to play at Columbia-Greene Community College Tuesday July 10th.
A letter of intent is a document that is signed with an NJCAA member college that formally signifies a student-athlete's commitment to participating in intercollegiate athletics. Once signed, the recruiting process becomes finalized and the student-athletes become official members of the newest incoming athletic class!
An important transitional step from high school to college athletics, the soon-to-be college athletes excitedly signed their letters of intent in front of supporting family, friends, college representatives, and even their high school coaches, to show their commitment to Twins Athletics.
Head coach Brian Smith talked about the excitement surrounding these players. He especially talked about the pride he has in signing players from local high schools. Coach Smith is sure that these players are going to make a positive impact on the team and the school.
Men's Basketball Signees
Brandon Blakney (Fallsburgh Jr/Sr High School)
Daniel Folds (Hudson High School)
Michael Alert (Hudson High School)
Robert Taylor (Ombudsman Charter Valencia)
Eqequiel De La Cruz (Spackenkill High School)
Isaac McIntosh (Bushwick Campus)
Eyzaiya Ortiz (Saugerties High School)