Quinndary Weatherspoon and Aric Holman have found themselves some representation and guidance as they transition from Bulldogs to NBA hopefuls. Fundamental Sports Management announced their newest arrival, The Rim Reaper himself, Aric Holman. The power forward was a double-double machine and stretched the floor at Humphrey Coliseum with back-to-back seasons shooting above 40% from three to close out his career. On the defensive end Holman provided valuable rim protection and a vicious tenacity on the glass. Holman’s game as a stretch big fits well into the modern style of play prevalent in the NBA, which is why he is a projected late second round pick and could become the first Bulldog to hear his name on draft night since Jarvis Varnado back in 2010.
Hazan Sports Agency also got comfy with a Mississippi State standout as they announced last night that the First-Team All-SEC guard Quinndary Weatherspoon has signed with the agency. Hazan Sports is no stranger to SEC basketball players, their current clients include former Gator standouts Chris Walker and Taurean Green.
Weatherspoon’s sniping ability from behind the arc and craftiness as a playmaker made him an instrumental part of the Bulldogs team for the past four years. Don’t be surprised if Weatherspoon carves out a niche for himself and makes a legitimate future for himself in the NBA as a combo guard who operates as an offensive spark-plug off the bench. His ability to get hot from the field makes him a potential 2019 Summer League standout candidate.
The duo will be playing among other senior standouts in the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament out in Virginia starting Wednesday and continuing through Saturday. Weatherspoon will represent the Sales Systems, Ltd. team, while Holman will play for the Roger Brown’s Restaurant and Sports Bar squad.