Future Green Bay guard Jay’Quan McCloud was recently named the most valuable player of the Arrowhead Conference for the 2017/2018 season.
The 6’2” sophomore guard from North Chicago helped lead Highland Community College to a 28-6 overall record and a share of the conference title.
McCloud led his team in scoring at 15.4 points per game and also chipped in 3.6 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game this season. More impressively he ranked second in the league in three point shooting knocking down 42.4% of his three point attempts over the course of the season. He made 72 three pointers in total, an average of nearly 2.5 makes per game on 170 total attempts (5.5 per game).
He was also named first team all-District IV and is an All-American nominee.
The top 100 JUCO prospect verbally committed to Green Bay in December and is the first player to commit to the Phoenix 2018 recruiting class. He can officially sign with the program when the signing period begins on April 11th.
Green Bay still has two open scholarships remaining for the 2018 class.