Dazon Ingram, the state's Mr. Basketball award winner, signed his letter of intent to play for Johnson at Alabama, the school announced on Friday. I think he will be a big-time player," Theodore coach Philip Roebling said. "I think he will continue to play just like he has played here. The coaches there will help him to play more of an up-tempo game and take advantage of his abilities at the point to find other players and finish at the rim. He will get bigger and stronger. I think he will make an impact as a freshman."
Rodney Gill signed a scholarship on Friday to play basketball at Faulkner State. The 6-foot-1 senior guard averaged 15 points for the Bobcats and hit 61 3-pointers in helping Theodore to a 28-5 record and a Class 7A state semifinal appearance. "He is one of the greatest shooters I've seen," Theodore coach Philip Roebling said. "His mid-range game has gotten better. He has learned to put it on the floor better and shoot that mid-range shot.