Even before starting his high school career, Jordan Sigmon received his scholarship offer. The 6’2” point guard of Renaissance High School in Detroit and The Family has proven in his freshman season why he is already on college coaches’ radars. 

There is not much about Sigmon that spells he is a freshman as he is already making an enormous impact. In his first year at the high school level, the dynamic shot maker is already averaging 18 points per game to help Renaissance out to a 9-4 record. 

Back in September, Detroit Mercy of the Horizon League offered Sigmon a scholarship. “It felt great to receive my first division one offer as a freshman,” he said. It almost felt unreal for a while but a little after that it started to settle in, and I realized that I had just got my first offer.” While it is still extremely early in his recruitment, there are a couple things he likes about Detroit Mercy. “I love how intense the practices are and Coach Davis is amazing. The arena is also very big and modern.”

While Detroit Mercy is Sigmon’s only offer to date, he has plenty of other programs interested in him including from some prominent programs from around the nation. Among them are Alabama, Dayton, Florida State, and Michigan. Look for this list to grow as more coaches see him play this spring playing with The Family.