Tournament Alumni

Kory Holden, JM Bennett ’14

Kory Holden

Holden won the Governor’s Challenge dunk contest during his senior year at Bennett, and after two years at Delaware, he has transferred to South Carolina. The point guard received All-CAA Rookie honors as a freshman and then was an All-CAA selection as a sophomore, averaging 17.7 points and 4.2 assists before electing to transfer. While Holden sits out the 2016-17 season due to NCAA transfer rules, he is expected to be an impact player for the Gamecocks upon his return.

Damonte Dodd, Queen Anne’s ’12

Damonte Dodd

Dodd was relatively unknown outside of the Eastern Shore during most of his high school career, but he accepted a scholarship offer from Maryland in the middle of his senior season. In College Park, Dodd has been a consistent figure for the Terps’ program resurgence over the past few seasons, and he is now in the midst of his senior season, providing veteran leadership and a post presence on a young but talented Maryland team.

Kamau Stokes, City ’14

Kamau Stokes

Now in his sophomore season at Kansas State, Stokes is one of the most dynamic guards in the Big 12, building off a freshman campaign that saw him average near double figures while repeatedly coming up clutch in late-game situations. A standout on City’s juggernaut undefeated state championship team in 2014, Stokes also starred for John Carroll and Dunbar during his high school career.

Where are they now?