Former GDS player Josh Hicks of Mt. Tabor makes commitment to ODU

Posted by Andy Durham on February 6, 2009 at 2:48 pm under College, High School | Read the First Comment

Hicks is a former Greensboro Day School Bengal and he’s teammates with McDonald’s All-America nominees C.J. Harris and Mike Grace at Mount Tabor High School in Winston-Salem. His coach Andy Muse, brother of Wake Forest assistant Mike Muse, wrote this release for and we hope they don’t mind us using this to spread the word about Josh Hicks and his future as an Old Dominion Monarch.

Mount Tabor High School’s Josh Hicks has made a verbal commitment to attend Old Dominion University and play basketball under the direction of Blaine Taylor. He will sign a National Letter of Intent with Old Dominion in April.

Josh has had a very impressive senior season at Mount Tabor High School this year averaging 17.1 pts. per game, 8.6 rebs per game, 4.8 assist per game, and 4.5 steals per game. He has helped lead the Spartans to a 19-1 record so far this season.

Hicks was on the Championship Frank Spencer Classic Team the past two years and was on the Frank Spencer All-Tournament team for the second year in a row. Hicks made the Central Piedmont All-Conference 1st team last season.

Josh will be the 3rd Division I signee for Mt. Tabor High School this season. Mike Grace has signed with Yale University and CJ Harris has signed with Wake Forest University.

Other Schools recruiting Josh Hicks were: VCU, Northeastern, UNCC, WSSU, UTC, Washington State, Queens, Gardner-Webb University and Charleston Southern.

  • Joe said,

    Josh will suit up with Page Alumnus Marsharee Neely at ODU.