Ray McCallum Jr
It is two days before the NBA Draft and the Pistons, like every other organization, are busy putting the final touches on their game plan for Thursday.
Ray McCallum scored 24 points and Detroit took control in the second half for an 83-76 victory over Wright State Wednesday night in a Horizon League game.
Bryn Forbes posted career-highs with 21 points and five 3-pointers to help Cleveland State hold off Detroit 74-62 Saturday in Horizon League play.
1. Ray McCallum Jr., Detroit-Mercy – The Titans often fly under the radar, but McCallum should not.
Ray McCallum capped a 20-point night with a game-sealing 18-footer with 13 seconds left, helping Detroit hold on to beat Drake 85-79 on Saturday night.
The 2012 Horizon League Championship MVP Ray McCallum (Beverly Hills, MI/Detroit Country Day) is in for a full weekend of competition as he will take part in Chris Paul’s CP3 Elite Guard Camp. The invite-only camp is scheduled for June 8-11 in Paul’s hometown of Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
The college basketball season might be more than five months away, but that hasn’t stopped Ray McCallum (Beverly Hills, MI/Detroit Country Day) from picking up some early accolades for his junior season.
He already has one championship on the year and he is looking for another as Detroit men’s basketball head coach Ray McCallum is in the finals of CollegeInsider.com’s “Shots from the Heart”.
University of Detroit Mercy sophomore guard Ray McCallum (Beverly Hills, Mich./Detroit Country Day) was named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches 2011-12 All-District First Team Wednesday.
Pushing Detroit to an unbeaten week, University of Detroit Mercy sophomore guard Ray McCallum (Beverly Hills, Mich./Detroit Country Day) has been named the Horizon League Men’s Basketball Player of the Week