Division One Transfers become newest Greyhounds

The MACC College Men’s Basketball Team signed two NCAA Division One transfers to NJCAA National Letter-of-Intents for the 2017-18 school year. Joining the Greyhounds are 6”8”, 225 lb. forward Kenny Lesley and 6’3”, 190 lb. guard Randy Miller, Jr.

Lesley is transferring from Northern Colorado University where he redshirted during the 2015-16 season. He sat out this past season to focus on academics. Lesley began his college career at Elsberry where he played three seasons, earning All-State honors both his sophomore and junior seasons. He averaged 15.5 points, 10.4 rebounds and 5.4 blocks per game for his three seasons as a varsity starter. After his junior season, Lesley transferred to Christian Brothers College High School where he averaged 13.7 points and 7.4 boards per game in helping his team to a 19-8 record.

Randy Miller is a combo guard from Odenton , Maryland and is transferring to MACC from Division I Mt. St. Mary’s University. In high school, Miller averaged 13.5 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.7 assists as he helped lead Mount St. Josephs High School to a 33-6 record his senior season. They won regular season titles in both the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference and Baltimore Catholic League and reached the title games in both league tournaments. This past season he averaged 1.5 points per game for Mt. St. Mary’s University as they won their conference title and reached the NCAA Tournament.

“We are extremely pleased to have both of these young men join our Greyhound program,” said MACC Coach Patrick Smith, “Lesley originally committed to us last year and we’re just glad we are going to have him on the court for us this upcoming season. He is a real good combination of a very athletic front line player who also really brings a very high skill level to our team. Miller is a Baltimore area player who was highly recruited out of high school and played for a very good high school program. He can really shoot the ball, is a scorer and probably very reminiscent of former Greyhound and Baltimore product Evan Singletary. A strong guard who should really help us replace some very good guards from this past seasons team. These two are a great start of our recruiting.”

Moberly Area CC is coming off a 27-5 record and #16 final NJCAA National Ranking.





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