National Basketball Signing Day for Jordan Hanner(Southwest Guilford High School)

Posted by Press Release on April 16, 2013 at 1:45 pm under College, High School | 5 Comments to Read

Jordan Hanner will be signing at the New Light Missionary Baptist Church, 1105 Willow Road in Greensboro, N.C. on Wednesday April 17, 2013 at 1:00pm.

Jordan Hanner a 2012 graduate of Southwest Guilford prepped at Thomasville Prep during the 2012-2013 season has been awarded a Full Athletic Scholarship to attend Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville Tenn.

TNU will enter the 1st season of NCAA Div. II next year, where they will compete in the GMAC Conference (Great Midwest Athletic Conference) Jordan was a standout basketball player at Southwest Guilford where he played for Coach Guy Shavers.

While at SWG Jordan reached the 1000pt mark in less than two yrs., in his senior campaign Jordan lead Guilford County in scoring, 3 pointers and free throws made. He was SWG team MVP, Team Captain, Piedmont Triad All-Conference and All- District 1st team.

Jordan is a Combo Guard from High Point, N.C. and was the leading scorer and Point Guard under Coach Robert Knotts at Thomasville Prep for the 2012-2013 seasons. Jordan will be joined by all of his former coaches including Coach Cardes Brown from his AAU team NL Disciples.

Jordan Hanner Mixtape:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=lP5XY0l0hy4

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  • Next? said,

    Great job Jordan! We are proud of you! You have worked harder than any kid I have ever met to get to the level you’re enjoying now. Scary part is you have so much more to offer. Continue to keep God first and enjoy the journey. TNU has lucked up and landed a true gunslinger!

  • Go tigers said,

    Congrats to jordan. I was always impressed with his game.

  • Ball Fan said,

    Congrats Jordan “sharpshooter” Hanner

  • Rod Ramzy said,

    Glad you made the choice Jordan, it will all be worth it! Rod

  • Coach Reggie Perkins said,

    Job well done..I have followed you since your days at Lincoln when you went to school with my son…Your hard work is a true testament of what it takes to be a college ball player..Best wishes !