Date Posted: 11/30/2021
With COVID causing havoc on the World, many of us lost touch with some of the players. Here is an update on the recent changes:
Chase Paar ’19 transferred from George Washington University to Towson to continue his college education and playing. Chase has 3 years of eligibility remaining and will be a key contributor to the Tigers this year. Chase recently declared Sports Management as this focus of study. This former Dragon and MIAA Conference selection lead the Dragons to the Maryland Private School State Tournament Championship his senior year at Glenelg Country School
Jordan Brathwaite ’20 is attending Southern New Hampshire University this season. After spending a year at Prep School in New Hampshire, Jordan committed to SNHU, in the spring of 2021. Jordan was a key member of the Dragons’ Championship run in the Maryland Private School State Tournament in 2018 and was named to the MIAA All-Conference team in 2019.
Noah Charles ’20 was a 3 year starter as a senior at Glenelg Country School. He averaged under 2 turnovers a game while playing 29 minutes of action. Charles earned a DII scholarship to Chestnut Hill College where he will be directing the offense once again. Noah will be majoring in Biology with an emphasis on Sports Medicine.
Jarod Robinson ’20 was a three year starter for the Dragons. He too was a member of the 2018 Championship team. Jarod was tasked with having to guard the leagues best players each night. Jarod, will be playing and majoring in Physical Education at Shepherd University, a DII school with a long tradition of success under Coach Namolik.
Dragon Hortnako ’19 is in his final year at the DIII school of McDaniel. Hortnako continued his sharp shooting ways for the Green Terror after graduating from Glenelg Country School. A double major in Accounting and Business Administration, Dragon has one extra year of NCAA eligibility due to the situation with Covid and NCAA eligibility.
After being named College Basketball's Player of the Year, Garza was drafted in the second round by the Detroit Pistons. Garza was later assigned to the G-League Motor City Cruise