KCC’s men’s basketball team signs Rasheed Dyson, of Chicago

Pictured, from left to right, are Rasheed Dyson and KCC's Head Men's Basketball Coach Gary Sprague.

Rasheed Dyson, of Chicago, has signed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball for Kellogg Community College and will begin competing for the Bruins this fall as part of the College’s men’s basketball team.

Dyson is a 2020 graduate of Evergreen Park Community High School, where he earned high school honors including Most Valuable Player and a Chicago Tribune Daily Southtown All-Area Team Honorable Mention.

Head KCC Basketball Coach Gary Sprague said Dyson will be “an immediate impact player” for KCC.

“His speed, strength and intensity are exceptional. He is a fierce defender and relentless rebounder,” Sprague said. “Rasheed will increase the competitive drive of the entire team.”

KCC’s men’s basketball team opted out of the 2020-21 season due to COVID-19. The team finished the 2019-20 season fourth place in the conference, making it to the second round of postseason play.

For more information about men’s basketball at KCC, visit kellogg.edu/athletics or contact Coach Sprague at mbbcoach@kellogg.edu.

Pictured in the above signing photo, from left to right, are Rasheed Dyson and KCC’s Head Men’s Basketball Coach Gary Sprague.

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