Stallions Jah’ Quez Sanders, Xavier Westbrook, Ahmad McKnight sign letters of intent

Stallions Jah'Quez Sanders and Patriots Raja Milton with their new coach at Louisburg College. (Ed Berti)
Ahmad McKnight with family and coaches.
Xavier Westbrook and family. (Ed Berti)
Jah’Quez Sanders signing letter of intent.

Jah’Quez Sanders 

The Stallions Jah’Quez Sanders signed a letter of intent to Louisburg College, Louisburg, North Carolina to begin his collegiate career this fall. The shooting and point guard averaged 18 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists per game during his senior season. Jah’Quez is a solid athlete who is smooth and moves with ease on the court. He is going to a program that appears to be a perfect match for his style of play. Also, he will be playing with a friend and new teammate Raja Milton from Independence. Looks like potentially a solid back court combination for the Hurricanes.

Xavier Westbrook 

The forward and student-athlete signed a letter of intent to attend Pfeiffer University, Misenheimer, North Carolina this coming autumn. Xavier is solid under the boards, he is the type of player who is willing to dive for a loose ball, and is the ultimate team player on the basketball court. He will do whatever it takes to try and win a game. Xavier averaged 9 points and 6 rebounds per game for the Stallions this past season and made a significant contribution to the teams success.

Ahmad McKnight 

The big man under the boards for the Stallions really came on and found his niche during the season. As a transfer, sometimes it takes time to fit into a new system and with your teammates. You could see his self-confidence grow with each game. Ahmad has signed a letter of intent to attend Sandhills Community College, Pinehurst, North Carolina in the fall. This seems to be a good situation for him to begin his collegiate career.  Ahmad average 6 points, 9 rebounds, 2 blocks per game for the Stallions in his only season with Coach Forsythe.




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Ed Berti
Ed is retired and remains active as a freelance writer, local journalist and independent contractor. He is engaged in print and electronic media writing stories covering business, sports, hometown news and veteran’s affairs including articles of interest to various media outlets. Ed is a graduate of Wagner College where he earned an MBA and holds a BBA from Pace University.
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