Eastern Florida State College men's basketball player Nathanael Jack saved his best game for last in the JUCO Advocate 32 event held at Titan Field House on the Melbourne campus of Eastern Florida State College.
The sophomore from Canada hit 12 3-pointers and finished with 44 points for the White squad against teammate Jalen Warren and the Red squad. Jack hit six 3-pointers in each half. For the tournament, Jack averaged close to 28 points per game in the three games, leading the entire All-America camp in scoring. Jack averaged 10.7 points per game in his freshman season with the Titans.
Warren scored 14 points in the game which the White team won 108-99.
In the first game of the day, the Black team defeated Titans head coach Jeremy Shulman's team 87-79. Eastern Florida State College's Iliya Stefanovic and Junior Madut each finished with nine points while Tyler Chisom had eight points.
Both the White team and the Black team finished with two wins in the event which wrapped up Friday morning.
Eastern Florida State College men's basketball team will open the new season in October.