Quincy January Rookie of the Year
The Douglas Brothers Elite gets CIAA Rookie of the Year Quincy January from St August College. January is a very under rated player who displayed his talent in his first year of college. Mr. Douglas stated that the sky is the limit for Quincy and he is a great student and person.
Douglas Brothers Elite Player Grayson Allen Cuts Down the Nets
Grayson Allen displayed his talent Monday night on the biggest stage in college- NCAA Championship Game Duke VS Wisconsin in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN. Three years ago Mr. Douglas discovered Allen in little gym in Jacksonville, FL. Mr. Douglas believed in Allen’s talent and asked his father to let Allen come to Atlanta to play for the Douglas Brothers Elite. The rest is history and Grayson always had dreams of playing at Duke. Grayson has always displayed that he is top flight athlete.
Austin Donaldson of JHS Commits to Georgia State
Jonesboro High School graduate Austin Donaldson commits to Georgia State University Panthers. Douglas Brother Elite where Donaldson obtained his athletic name stated he is very excited staying home to play where his family is able to see him play. Donaldson stated he gives Mr. Douglas and the Douglas Brothers Foundation for all the support and making the investment for him to be successful. Mr. Douglas stated that Austin Donaldson was one of the best players he has coached and an he will be successful in whatever he do.
The Douglas Brothers Elite Traveling Team: Two Players Sign
Austin Donaldson of Jonesboro High School and Nicolas Wells of Walton High School played at an elite level this past spring and summer with The Douglas Brothers Elite. The players showed that they are some of Georgia’s top players. Point Guard-Austin Donaldson maybe the best point guard in Georgia. He is in the running for Georgia Mr. Basketball. Donaldson has great size, can score and a plays great defense. He is an unselfish player that led Jonesboro High to a 4-A State Championship in 2014. Donaldson has signed to play with University of Tennessee Chattanooga and he will play for the MOCS and Coach Wade. Nicolas Wells has signed with Air force Academy. Wells has much upsize and potential. He is a big sleeper in Georgia. He played very well this past spring and summer. Wells is a 2-3 who is long and athletic with untapped potential.
Coach Douglas stated both schools are getting two great young men, which are two of the finest athletes he has coached. Donaldson and Wells both carry a 3.7 GPA and scored well on the SAT. They are truly student athletes and role models for the next generation of children, stated Coach Douglas.