2018 shooting guard Jason Douglas-Stanley commits to George Mason


George Mason snagged its 2nd commit from the class of 2018 on Monday. Jason Douglas-Stanely will join Dave Paulsen and the Patriots. The 6-2 guard from Mount Vernon, New York had offers from Iona, St. Bonaventure, Drexel, and New Mexico among others. He joins Jordan Miller as 2018 verbal commits to George Mason.

Corey Evans notes that the A-10 “continues to bolster class,” and it’s true. Recent 4 star commit Jermaine Harris put the league on the national radar when he chose Rhode Island; smaller commits like Douglas-Stanley are helping to fill the gaps within the league and build the foundation for a strong future conference.

If you’re a George Mason fan, you’re going to love the way this kid shoots the basketball. He’s got Steph Curry range, letting it rip from way downtown and splashing shot after shot. He’s fluid in transition and can finish in the lane as well; he’ll offer Mason a dynamic three point threat, something the Patriots haven’t always had.

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