Sheridan Continues To Excel

TEANECK, NEW JERSEY -- Will Sheridan, Jr., the 6-8, 240 pound power forward from Sanford High School in Hockessin, Delaware, continues to play basketball at a very high level.
Sheridan was named to the senior all-star game at the adidas ABCD camp on Fairleigh Dickinson's campus. He helped the Spurs achieve a second place finish in the silver championship averaging 10.3 points, 6.5 rebounds, and 1.5 blocks. He was named to the camp's senior all-star game where he scored eight points on 60 percent shooting, pulled down three rebounds and had three steals and zero turnovers.
An excellent student, Sheridan averaged 22 points, 12 rebounds and five blocks last season as a junior. He averaged 19 points and 12 rebounds per game as a sophomore. Sheridan is fully qualified with a 3.6 GPA and a score of 1100 on the SAT. He's considering a business major though he might pursue dentistry.
Sheridan,'s Number 59 player in the recently released Top 100 list, participated in last month's prestigious Youth Development Festival in Colorado Springs, CO.
His top list remains at seven teams: Villanova, Seton Hall, Rutgers, Michigan, Notre Dame, Virginia, and Wake Forest. He has had unofficial visits at Rutgers and Seton Hall. Kentucky, Georgia Tech, Duke, Tennessee, Stanford, and Maryland are other schools that had been recruiting this blue chipper.
Sheridan, who lives with a guardian in north Jersey during the summer, is a member of the Tim Thomas Playaz. His next events are the Three Stripes Classic at Hofstra, the Big Time Tournament in Las Vegas and 4th Annual World Youth Basketball Tournament in Maui, Hawaii.
Sheridan is certainly one of the top prospects in the country. He isn't flashy but he just gets the the job. Sheridan always works hard and has some passion for the game.
Sheridan joined the Tim Thomas Playaz following his freshman season. He had played on a Delaware team against this highly regarded squad and both he and Jimmy Salmon were interested in his playing with the likes of Marquis Webb, Darryl Watkins and Terrence Roberts. A good decision by both parties.