Owls Offer F/C from Lambert
Kennesaw State Basketball has offered F/C Colin Granger (2020) of Lambert High School in Suwanee!
SandysSpiel (06/11/2019): “As far as true big men go in Georgia, Colin Granger might have the most present-day talent in the 2020 class outside of Walker Kessler but finding that consistent killer mentality on the low block is his final hurdle. You won’t find another post player that runs the floor as well as Granger does. Up against Jordan Meka of Mt. Bethel, Granger was up to the task, putting together 15 points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals and 1 block. Granger was always one of the first players down the floor which led to deep post position if he wasn’t catching passes in stride for lay-ins. Granger moves exceptionally well, especially considering the amount of muscle that he is carrying on his frame as one of the state’s sturdiest players. Granger knocked down two threes on the day and started his own fast break on numerous occasions. Sometimes he can try to do a little too much and turn the ball over, but his play on Sunday was the best I’ve seen out of him. Even in a loss to Miller Grove where he had a quiet first half, Granger finished the game with 16 points, 10 rebounds and 1 assist. Continuing to be coachable and accepting a leadership role are two big areas that Granger has a chance to capitalize on in his final season.”
HoopSeen (12/05/2018): Q&A
HoopSeen (11/21/2018): “A couple of text messages were exchanged throughout the game as people constantly asked, ” how many points does the big kid have?”. I’m never one to track points throughout a game so I responded mainly with ” a ton” or ” I don’t know, but they can’t stop him”. A 41 point performance had me looking closely into the upside of Lambert forward Collin Granger as a next level forward. There wasn’t a place on the floor that Granger didn’t produce from. Inside, outside, from 15 feet, or the free throw line he chipped in points. As Mitch Ganote sat due to foul trouble is was often Grangers play that kept Lamber right on Peachtree Ridge’s doorstep. His play at the Jared Cook Tip-Off Classic was one that makes me think about our top 30 rankings in Georgia’s 2020 class. “
HoopSeen (09/27/2018): “Colin Granger used his play over the summer and current workouts to gain offers from Mt. St. Mary’s and Siena. Granger fits the mold of today’s forward that can produce inside and out. His frame draws the eye of every coach that sees him as his build looks sturdy enough to hold up as a freshman.”
— Colin Granger (@Granger32Colin) June 13, 2019