Hounds add four junior college prospects

CNJ staff

Four more junior college prospects have signed national letters of intent to play basketball next season at Eastern New Mexico University for Greyhounds coach Shawn Scanlan.

The players, all of whom will be juniors, are 6-foot-1 guards Aaron King of Los Angeles and Justin Reynolds of Danville, Va.; 6-6 foward Equus Darby of Lake City, S.C., and 6-2 forward Dannon Wafer of Galveston, Texas.

King averaged 10.3 points and just under one steal per game at Cerritos College in California. Reynolds was his team’s second-leading scorer at 10.4 ppg, and also averaged more than four assists per contests.

Wafer shot 55 percent from the floor and averaged 10 1/2 points at Trinity Valley, while Darby scored 11.2 points per outing and also averaged eight rebounds, five assists and three steals en route to first-team All-Golden Valley Conference honors.