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INTRODUCING LAMONTA STONE II — YOUNG POINT GUARD ENTERING HIGH SCHOOL ALREADY HAS D-1 OFFERS
By Ray Mernagh
LaMonta Stone II is the son of a coach — his father LaMonta is a long-time assistant coach at Bowling Green.
The younger Stone has shown this summer that he probably isn’t going to get overlooked the way some coaching offspring tend to.
Stone, who will enter Bowling Green High School this fall, is a traditional point guard according to those that have seen him this summer.
Stone did work at the Jr. Phenom Camp in San Diego at the start of the summer where he was ranked the #1 point guard in the camp, and continued to impress throughout the July period. So much so that he’s already garnered his first two D-1 scholarship offers from Central Michigan and Eastern Michigan. Stone is also getting interest from Michigan State, Iowa State, Michigan, Cincinnati and Duquesne.
Young Stone is definitely a player NBE will track over the next few years as he matures physically and will no doubt receive intense looks from even more programs nation-wide as he steps right into the Varsity level as a 9th grader.
For now here’s a little taste of his skills in the open court.
Let me be the first to dub the move the “Stone Cold” crossover.