Kam Langley, from Southwest Guilford High School, and N.C. A&T at the HBCU All-Star Game….
It’s a wrap!! Great time at the 2022 Final 4!! @thekamlangley salute on a legendary college career!! As for @ncatmbb dig in we are breaking barriers for the culture! New Season!! #ElevateTheBrand #HBCUAllStarGame #hbcu @CAABasketball pic.twitter.com/hzfu0Xt5py
— Will Jones (@ATKoachJones) April 4, 2022
Team McLendon won the first-ever HBCU All-Star Game with a 79-75 win over Team Gaines on Sunday in New Orleans.
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Tajh Green from Benedict College was named MVP of the game. He finished with 12 points and seven rebounds in the win.
A total of 24 players from HBCU schools across the country were invited to take part in Sunday’s contest.
As part of an increased effort by the NCAA to give players from HBCU schools national exposure, as well as showcase prospects for NBA teams in the same city as the Final Four and national championship game for the 2022 NCAA men’s basketball tournament, the All-Star Game was held at the UNO Lakefront Arena.
Jalen Seegars(High Point Christian Academy/Page HS/Southern Guilford HS), the Sam Jones Division II National Player of the Year this season, was terrific in the game. He put his shooting skills on display with that play after showing off his Eurostep earlier in the first half to get an and-1…
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