April 11, 2013
Head Coach Steve Richman of the NCMC Pirates basketball team has announced the signing of a St. Louis area student/athlete. “I expect Jory Woodson to be a big-time guard for our team. He has the capability to become a high level player for us and I am excited to welcome him to Trenton.” Woodson signed a letter of intent at NCMC on April 10.
The son of Jermar and Medina Woodson, Jory is a 5’11” point guard. He is a senior at Rockwood Summit High School in Fenton where he averaged 19 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 3 steals per game. His career high was 32 points in one game. Athletic honors include Newcomer of the Year as a sophomore; First Team All Conference, All Metro, and All District as a junior; and Suburban South Conference Player of the Year, First Team All Conference, All Metro, All District, several All Tournament teams, and Missouri Sports Top 50 Performer as a senior. Jory’s other high school activities included the Captain’s Council, the International Club, the CCL Club, and the Best Program Pharmacy Institute. He was also a Reading Club Mentor and volunteered at the Work Recreation Center. At NCMC, he plans to earn his Associate in Arts transfer degree with an emphasis in criminal justice or physical education.
Jory Woodson is the first announced new recruit for the 2013-14 Pirates basketball team.
Front row: Jory Woodson with his parents, Medina and Jermar Woodson. Standing from left: Coach Steve Richman and Dr. Jerome Woodson, Jory’s grandfather.