Jarrell Leads Crawford County As They Host Reigning AA State Champs in First Round

Above; William Jarrell (20) soars for a one handed dunk — image captured by macon.com

The 2015–2016 region 4AA champions Crawford County Eagles enter tonight’s first round state playoffs game with revenge on their minds as they embark on their new quest for a state championship. The Eagles will face a Seminole County Indians team that defeated them (76–71) in last season’s AA state championship game. This highly anticipated first round matchup will feature some of the state’s most talented prospects. UGA signee, Jordan Harris, will be Seminole County’s best player while William Jarrell will be the feature player for Crawford County.

CRAWFORD COUNTY (22–3) VS. SEMINOLE COUNTY (19–7)

WHEN: FEBRUARY 17, 2016 (6pm)

WHERE: CRAWFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

*FOR DIRECTIONS CLICK LINK → CRAWFORD COUNTY HS*

PROFILE: KEY PLAYER

Above; William Jarrell

16' William “Pooh Bear” Jarrell of Crawford County is a high energy player and will be the most versatile player on the floor in tonight’s game. The senior forward looks to cap off his fantastic high school career by leading his team to a state championship.

Career: 2012–2016

  • 2014–2015 Macon Telegraph — POY
  • 3x Class AA All State Selection
  • 3x 4AA All-Region Selection
  • 3x All-Middle Ga. Selection
  • Top 5 Class AA Players in State
  • 2014–2015 Region 4AA POY 25.3ppg 14rpg 6apg 4spg
  • 2014–2015 Team MVP — Crawford County HS
  • AAU Team — Crawford Co. Supersonics (2014 YBOA National Champions)

College Interest: South Alabama, Tennessee Tech, & Mercer University among others.

BIO:

William Jarrell Jr. is the proud son of Ikeasha Hardnett and William Jarrell Sr (late). His mother is a Southwest High School and Mercer University graduate — both in Macon, Ga. Jarrell Jr. credits his uncle Mike Hardnett for teaching him valuable life lessons as well as being a positive father figure in his life.

Post High School graduation, Jarrell Jr. plans to attend college and earn a college degree. Additionally, he aspires to become a professional basketball player in the future.

#20 WILLIAM “POOH BEAR” JARRELL

GOOD LUCK POOH BEAR ON YOUR QUEST TO BE THE BEST!
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