Saturday, May 19, 2012

Canadian Sharp-Shooter Frédéric Duré Choses Generals

Canadian stand-out guard Frédéric Duré has signed a national letter of intent to play for the Sheridan College Generals, beginning in the 2012-2013 season. Duré played for Indiens d’Ahuntsic out of Quebec, Canada, where he led his team to a 15-4 record, winning the State championship for the first time in school history. Dure was named the player of the game, where he led all scorers in the championship game with 28 points; he also pulled down 5 rebounds and dished out 3 assists in the contest.  Ahuntsic went on to lose in the semi-finals of the Canadian Nationals, where Duré led his team in scoring at 20 points per game. Duré was also named the CCAA Rookie of the Year.

The 6’5”, 185 pound guard was selected to the Quebec All-Star team after averaging 18.1 points and 3.2 assists while shooting 42% from 3-point range.  Coach Smiley had this to say about Fred: "Fred is a great addition to our team for next year as he addresses several needs with his ability to shoot, and with his size and skill level, he can realistically play all three guard and wing positions. Fred is an elite shooter that will be a constant threat for our offense next year. We absolutely love Fred's versatility, length, and his 6'5" frame. He should have a great career for us at Sheridan and also at the NCAA level."

 Frédéric Duré Highlight Film

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