Two Seward County Saints have found their way onto one of the most prestigious junior college basketball lists in the country as it has been announced that Seward sophomores Deverell Biggs and Daveon Boardingham have been named the #24 and #63 class of 2012 junior college prospects in the country by

Biggs, a sophomore from Omaha, Nebraska checks in at #24 on the list after transferring to Seward County following a strong freshman campaign at Western Texas College. For the Saints, Biggs is averaging 16 points, 5 rebounds, and 4 assists per game on the early season and is shooting a team best 69.4% from the field. Boardingham, a Newark, New Jersey native and one of just two Saints returning sophomores this season averaged 11 points and 7 rebounds per tilt during his rookie season in Liberal and has stepped it up a notch to average 16 points and 8 rebounds per game in four Seward games this year.
The two Saints join 17 other Jayhawk Conference players on the list and 15 players that Seward is scheduled to square off against this season. Independence’s 6’9 Tony Criswell is the top rated Jayhawk player on the list at #9 while Garden City’s Geron Johnson is the highest rated player on the West side of the conference as he slides in just in front of Biggs at #22. Former Saint Rafriel Guthrie cracked the top 70 at #69 after transferring to College of Southern Idaho for his sophomore campaign and the #1 player on the list is Peninsula CC’s JT Terrell who has already committed to USC for his junior season.