Posted On: 07/21/15 4:30 PM

July 21, 2015

Combining great length with nice skill, Glenelg Country point guard Joshua Hightower has emerged recently as a 2016 with some serious college potential.

After nabbing a starting spot midway through last season, and spending his 17U season running with HC Elite, Hightower has seen a wide-range of interest come in from Division I to Division III.

“I have a little bit of interest from Lafayette (College) and Mount St. Mary’s, and then I have a lot of Division III and Division II interest,” said Hightower.

“Davis & Elkins (WV), Lycoming (PA), Wilkes (PA), Salisbury, Randolph-Macon (VA), and a bunch more. I’d say Lycoming and Wilkes are after me the most of the smaller schools”

The 6-foot point guard spoke with a Mount St. Mary’s coach on the phone shortly after his junior season wrapped up.

“Mount St. Mary’s reached out to me after my junior season,” said Hightower. “The coach called me and said he liked my game, and they’d come out and see me play.”

After waiting in the wings at Glenelg for two-and-a-half years, Hightower finally got his opportunity to shine when he picked up a starting spot during his junior season.

“I didn’t start

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