Below (r) Dylan Elias from San Antonio Taft. The 6’0″ PG joins Northern Colorado in the Big Sky Conference. He has been a 4 year veteran of Texas D1.
Below (l) Zaveral Jackson of Hammond St. Thomas Aquinas (LA). Cat quick 5’11” PG heads to Murray State of the Missouri Valley Conference. He is a one year veteran with New Orleans D1.
Below (r) Jernard Jarrou of New Orleans McDonough #35 (LA) has committed to Washington in the PAC-10. The 6’10” shotblocker has wing skills. He’s a one year veteran with New Orleans D1.
Below (l) Jake Kocher of Austin St. Michael’s. A prolific score the 6’2″ shooting guard has committed to Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in the Southland Conference. He’s a 4 year veteran of Texas D1.
Below (r) Deon Mitchell of Pflugerville. A scoring PG, Mitchell has committed to Sweet 16 program, Northern Iowa. He is a 2 year veteran of Texas D1.
Below (l) Donovan Ross of Ridgeland (MS). Ross, a 6’5″ bruising forward has committed to Southeast Louisiana. He’s a one year veteran of the Mississippi D1 Ambassadors (our inaugural campaign in MS).
Below (r) Max Yon of San Antonio Reagan. Yon has passed over a dozen schools to serve his country at the Air Force Academy. The bouncy wing should have an instant impact there. Yon was a 2 year veteran of Texas D1 when he was younger and came back home for this summer’s July recruiting period.
Below (l) Josiah Monroe of Bastrop. The 5’9″ PG has verbally committed to Texas-San Antonio in the Southland Conference to play football (their early signing period is in February). The two sport star would be a heck of a basketball catch too. He’s a one year veteran of Texas D1.
Below (r) Karim York of Del Valle. The 6’7″ swingman has committed to Santa Clara in the West Coast Conference. I only had the opportunity to coach him in one major tournament with Texas D1, but he shone when I did.
Stay tuned as we go forward in the spring signing period which begins in April. I expect another 5-6 players from the Texas D1 Ambassadors to sign at that time. In the mean time, I cannot thank each and every player enough to have become part of the D1 Nation Family. God bless and good health in your college careers.-Coach Max Ivany