San Jose, Calif.—Brandon Mitchell, a 6-5 forward from Ridgeway High School in Memphis, Tenn., has signed a National Letter-of-Intent to play men’s basketball for San Jose State University starting in 2013-14, as announced by head coach Dave Wojcik.
Mitchell played at Ridgeway High School for head coach Wes Henning, and his 2012-13 team finished the season ranked fourth in Tennessee. Mitchell had eight points in the team’s 90-71 win over Whitehaven in the Class AAA Region 8-AAA semifinal game. He also played in the 5th Annual Basketball Coaches of Tennessee All-Star game this past March.
“Brandon is a versatile athlete that can play multiple positions on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball,” said Wojcik. He is a terrific rebounder and has an unbelievable desire to win. He plays hard on the floor and refuses to lose. I am delighted to have Brandon join the Spartan program.”
Mitchell joins Isaac Thornton, a 6-3 guard from Sam Houston HS in San Antonio, Jalen James, 6-3 point guard from La Lamiere School in La Porte, Ind., and Rashad Muhammad, a 6-5 shooting guard from Bishop Gorman HS in Las Vegas, as part of Coach Wojcik’s first recruiting class. The Spartans still have scholarships to grant by the May 15th deadline.
Season ticket deposits are being accepted now through the Spartan Ticket Office at (408) 924-SJTX. For just $50, you can reserve your ticket to see the 2013-14 Spartans in action in the Mountain West Conference.
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