Coach Josh Pastner for the Memphis Tigers Basketball team is on a hunt for some talent for the class of 2014. As of right now, he is in North Augusta, S.C. attending the Peach Jam to scope out talent. I know this guy has to be tired with all he has to do this summer, but he is proving that nothing will stop him from winning at the highest level in college basketball.
Here is the latest news on the potential prospects for Pastner: He evaluated Meanstreets (Ill.) point guard Tyler Ulis and forward Paul White; Team SCAN (N.Y.) forward Terry Larrier; Georgia Stars point guard Justin Coleman and forward Isaiah Wilkins; and Boo Williams (Va.) guard Robert Johnson.
PASTNER AND STOUDAMIRE BUMPED INTO ONE ANOTHER
Coach Pastner and his former assistant coach Damon Stoudamire bumped into one another accidentally during their visit at the Peach Jam. Stoudamire left the program earlier this off season to be under Sean Miller at his alma mater, the University of Arizona.
When he was about to run into Pastner, Stoudamire was wearing a Arizona shirt with the logo showing. Now, this is funny, don’t you think? The two hugged and greeted each other well.
“I’m sorry, coach,” said Stoudamire as the two shared a laugh.
I received this information from the Commercial Appeal.