Three local Division I college hoop players ready to go as practice begins today

NCAA college basketball practice begins today, and that means another season of Division I competition for some area hoops players.
Walter Wright (University of Montana, Wilby High School) and Khadaijia Brooks (Marshall University, Bristol Eastern High School) are set for another run. For Wright, it’s his senior year. Brooks is going into her sophomore season.
For Mustapha Heron (Sacred Heart High School), it will be his freshman season at Auburn University.
Trevon Seymore (Kennedy High School) transferred from Coppin State to Division II Texas A&M Commerce in the spring.
Here’s some info on each player:

Walter Wright
He was named to the CSM Big Sky Conference second team in the preseason. Last year, Wright put up 13.2 points per game and was an honorable mention in the conference. Wright played in all 33 games and started each one. He was a 79.1 percent free throw shooter. 
Wright is a 5-10, 161-pound senior guard. The Griz are hoping to make a run to the NCAA Tournament after coming up short in the Big Sky Conference Tournament last year.

Khadaijia Brooks 
The former Bristol Eastern standout played in 31 of Marshall’s 33 games as a freshman. Brooks averaged 1.4 points and 7.5 minutes per contest. She made 18 two-point field goals, one 3-pointer, and connected on 5-of-10 free throw attempts. Brooks tallied nine steals and 10 blocks.
Brooks is listed as a 5-10 sophomore guard/forward.

Mustapha Heron
The first five-star signee in Auburn basketball history. That tells you something about Heron right off the bat.
The 6-5, 215-pound freshman ranked in the Top 25 in three different national polls for high school seniors. Heron helped Sacred Heart to three straight state championships and a 54-game winning streak. He averaged 30 points and eight rebounds a game as a senior.
Heron has put up some huge numbers in national tournaments during the spring and summer. To say the least, head coach Bruce Pearl is excited about adding Heron. 

Trevon Seymore
Seymore spent his junior season at Division I Coppin State. He played in 24 games and made 22 starts. Seymore averaged 31.2 minutes per game and had a scoring average of 10.2 points. Seymore was first on the team in steals with 32, and he was fourth on the team in rebounding with 114.
Texas A&M Commerce is a Division II school that plays in the Lone Star Conference.