Bowie guard Quinton Drayton commits To Towson

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Rising senior guard Quinton Drayton committed to Towson University on Monday.

The Bowie product held offers from James Madison and Howard University.

Drayton led the Bulldogs in scoring with 12.5 points per game, and helped them to a 14-9 record during the 2015-16 season. He scored 22 points and collected seven rebounds against Suitland on Dec. 15.

Drayton recorded his only double-double of the season when Bowie faced Bladensburg on Feb. 11. He registered 20 points, and 11 rebounds.

In a scouting report by Zachary Lyon on Future150.com, it was said that;

“Quinton has great potential as a combo player by having the skills and intangibles to play the two or the three. He is sometimes inconsistent shooting the ball. He is usually “on” more than he is “off”, and when he’s on you better watch out. Drayton also is a great athlete and sky above the rim for offensive put backs and grabbing boards high off the glass on defense.”

The scouting report on Drayton also pin points that he is a versatile player with good athleticism and can play above the rim. He is a solid three point shooter that can get defensive rebounds. Ball handling is one thing the report stated as one of his weaknesses.

Drayton played for DC Premier 17u team at the Under Armour Association. He averaged 7.5 points per game, and tallied a game-high 19 points against Showtime Hoops.

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Ryan McFadden, @RMcFadden15

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