Around this time a year ago, one-time Mizzou commit Ronnie Suggs was ready stay close to home and play for Tigers. A couple months before starting his collegiate career, Suggs would reopen his recruitment and find himself doing a post graduate year at Vermont Academy, VT.
A 6-foot-5 shooting guard from Washington, MO, Suggs was easily one of the better perimeter scorers in the highly competitive NEPSAC league. Suggs now holds offers from Bradley and Campbell but still waiting to see how his recruitment plays out before making a decision.
“I can offer scoring, Said Suggs. I am very versatile on both offense and defense for just about every position. I also bring a winning attitude and a hard worker.”
Suggs possesses good length, range on his shot and a decent ball handler with sneaky athleticism. At times during the season Suggs played anywhere from the 1 to the 4 position for Vermont Academy. A player with Suggs versatility is helpful to any collegiate program.
Suggs is currently on an official Visit to Bradley this weekend. No word on any other visits planned