Walnut Grove's Jadon Cohee (right) has signed his national letter of intent to attend Seattle University next year.

Cohee signs on for Seattle

Walnut Grove star basketball player Jadon Cohee has inked a scholarship to play with Division 1 Seattle University

  • Nov. 18, 2013 11:00 a.m.

Jadon Cohee has signed his national letter of intent to join the Seattle University Redhawks next season.

Cohee, who graduates from Walnut Grove Secondary in June, had verbally accepted a scholarship offer in August.

Cohee is a six-foot-four point guard for the Walnut Grove Gators and was named MVP as the team won its first ever B.C. high school AAA senior boys’ basketball title last year.

He averaged 23 points, seven rebounds and six assists in his Grade 11 season as he led the Gators to a 41-3 record overall.

“Jadon is a complete guard that can make plays for himself and others. He already has a tremendous work ethic and desire to be the best. I’m very excited he has chosen to join our family,” said Seattle University coach Cameron Dollar.

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