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#01  Jerald Williams    
5-8   Sr.            Guard              Lycoming

2012 — Williams set the 2011-2012 NCAA Division III record for assists in a contest with 21. He finished top 10 in the nation in steals, assists, and assist to turnover ratio in each of the last two years. He broke Lycoming College’s All-Time Assists and Steals records in his junior season. Tabbed the Conference Rookie of the Year as a freshman and an All-Conference Selection in 2012.

#02  Quinn Cook  
6-0   So.           Guard              Duke

2012 —Cook has the most international experience of this year’s team. Quinn helped the USA Team to a 92-80 win over the World Select team in the 2011 Nike Hoop Summit, was captain of the 2010 USA U17 World Championship team that won gold, and was captain of the 2009 USA U16 National team that captured the FIBA Americas gold medal.

#03  Juwan Staten
6-1   So.           Guard          West Virginia


2012 — A transfer from Dayton University where he started in all 34 games.  Staten led the Atlantic 10 in assists with 190 for the season and finished second in the NCAA for overall assists among freshmen. Was named to the Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team. Prepped at Oak Hill where he led the team to a #7 national ranking by USA Today and a #12 national ranking by ESPN.

#04 Nick Faust
6-6   So.           Guard              Maryland

2012 — Versatile guard that played in all 32 games making 21 starts in his freshman season. Faust was rated a four-star prospect who graded at 95 by ESPN.com. ESPN also listed him as the 12th best shooting guard and 36th best overall player nationally. Rivals.com rated Nick the 10th best nationally among all shooting guards. Nick led City College High School to two straight Maryland Class 2A state titles.

#05  Brad Redford
6-1   Sr.            Guard              Xavier

2012 — Redford was named the second best shooter in college basketball by CBSSports.com in 2011-2012. As a freshman he led the entire Atlantic 10 Conference in 3-point percentage, setting a school-record of 46.5 percent. In high school Brad won the prestigious Hal Schram Michigan "Mr. Basketball" Award and the Gatorade State of Michigan Player of the Year Award as a senior.

#10  Michael Holton Jr.
6-1   Jr.            Guard              St. Michael’s

2012 — Michael Holton Jr. is a first team all-conference and first team all-region selection for the 2011-2012 season. Michael was also named to the NE-10 Honor Roll five times on the year. As a freshman he played in 28 games, starting 27 of them.  Named to NE-10 All-Rookie Team, Holton led St. Michael’s in scoring for each of the past two seasons and set the school record for rookies with 442 points.  

#11 Kevin Anthony
6-5   Jr.            Forward           Lycoming

2012 — One of the most efficient scorers in the MAC in this season. Led Lycoming College in scoring and blocked shots in route to the conference championship game. He has been ranked top ten in the Middle Atlantic Conference in four different categories each of the past two seasons. Anthony prepped at powerhouse Bridgton Academy in Maine where he played for legendary Coach Whit Leisure.

#12 Dwight Powell
6-9   Jr.            Forward           Stanford

2012 — Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention this season.  Powell was also a Pac-10 All-Freshman Team honoree last year. Dwight played in 31 games, making 26 starts (third-most all-time among Stanford freshmen). He was ranked by Rivals.com as #7 among power forwards, #23 overall, a top-five center in the 2010 class by ESPNU, and a five-star prospect.

#15 Zach McCabe
6-7   Jr.            Forward           Iowa

2012 — Iowa’s top three point threat. McCabe’s versatility as a lethal shooter (45% from three) and rebounder (4.8) placed him in the Hawkeye’s starting rotation for 30 of the team’s 35 contests this season. Led Bishop Heelan High School to back to back state championships and was named the Iowa Class 3A State Player of the Year in his senior season.

#20 Marshall Plumlee  
6-11   Fr.          Center             Duke

2012 — A redshirt for the Blue Devils in the 2011-2012 season. Prepped at Christ School where he led his team to four NCISAA 3-A State Championships.  Plumlee was named to the McDonald's All-American team and 2011 Jordan Brand Classic. He was awarded the Gatorade Player of the Year in North Carolina after averaging 11.5 points, 10.3 rebounds and 2.5 blocks per game.

#21 Kevin Noreen
6-10   So.         Center          West Virginia

2012 — Noreen was shooting 87.5 percent from the field for the Mountaineers prior to a season-ending knee injury. Named Minnesota’s Mr. Basketball for 2010, Kevin led his team to the 2010 Class A state championship, scoring 24 points with 15 rebounds and nine blocks in the state title contest. He is the all-time leading scorer in Minnesota high school history, scoring 4,086 career points.

     

Head Coach: Guy Rancourt (7th Season)
Assistant Coaches: Mike Jones (3rd Season), Mark Marino (3rd Season), John Bauersfeld (1st Season)
Director of Basketball Operations: Aaron Winshall (1st Season)

 
About the Four Nations Cup

The East Coast All Stars have accepted an invitation from the Estonian Federation to return to the 2012 Four Nations Cup. For 2012 the participating teams going against the All Stars will be Georgia, led by current NBA (Atlanta Hawks) center Zaza Pechulia, the Czech Republic, led by the #6 pick (Washington Wizards) in the 2011 NBA Draft Jan Vesely, and the host country Estonia. The team will arrive for a two day training camp on Wednesday, July 25nd and return to the United States on Wednesday August 1st. For more information on this year's Four Nations Cup and the teams participting click here.

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About the East Coast All Stars
The East Coast All Stars (ECA) was founded in the summer of 2006. Comprised of the best college talent in the country, the All Stars assemble in the New York City area each summer for a two day training camp. From New York, the team will depart to their European destination for eight days of top flight competition. In 2007 the ECA’s took on the Dutch National Team (lead by the NBA’s Francisco Elson, of the Seattle Sonics) to open Holland’s brand new 10,000 seat UCF Arena. Some of the best club and national teams in Europe have gone against the All Star’s. The team has competed in Holland, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Austria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, France and Switzerland. August of 2011 has the All Stars scheduled to play in multiple events throughout Estonia.

In touring with the East Coast All Stars each participant will be assisted in obtaining a valid passport. The lessons learned by the players go a long way in preparing them for life after college. Living within foreign cultures, learning the history of other countries, and competing at Europe’s highest levels make this an unforgettable experience.
 

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