East Central University men’s head basketball coach Terry Shannon has announced the signing of his second high school player this year as 6-foot, 3-inch guard Bobby McAdoo has inked with the Tigers.
McAdoo averaged 21 points and seven rebounds for Kingston High School this past season in helping to lead the Redskins to a 22-6 record.
He managed to capture numerous awards this year including: all-state, all-district, most valuable player all-conference and All-Daily Ardmoreite Super Team along with picking up an MVP award for the Madill Tournament. He also made the all-tournament squad at the Tishomingo Tournament.
As a junior in 2008, McAdoo also earned first team all-conference honors and made the Ardmoreite Super Team as well as landing a spot on the Madill All-Tournament Team.
During his career, Kingston went 66-18 as the Redskins reached the area finals twice and were regional champions twice to go along with two conference runner-up finishes and one conference championship. Kingston also captured three district titles and claimed tournament championships at Atoka and Madill
McAdoo is the fifth player to sign with the Tigers this year. The others are junior college transfers - Lanard Donnell, Terrence Hill and Maurice Abraham - along with the only other high school signee in Toby Blevins, out of Mill Creek.