Posted On: 07/8/19 6:12 PM

Justin Neely put up double-double numbers as a sophomore in leading Miami High to a 15-7 mark in 2018-19. 

The 6-foot-5 Neely averaged 19.1 points, 12.3 rebounds and 5 assists for Javorie Wilson's Stingarees.

Neely returns alongside fellow 2021 Taderrius Davis (6-6) and the Stingarees have added 2022 point guard Andre Bynum -- a transfer from SLAM Academy -- and talented 6-5 2023 Scotty Middleton. Miami High did lose one piece: 2021 James McBride had to transfer to Tallahassee Godby for family reasons.

"I’ve got high expectations for us this year," said Neely. "We’ve got a younger team now but we’ve got guys who I know I’m going to want to play for. I know they are going to want to play for me as well. Our goal is the state championship. That’s our goal every year. We just have to come together. I know we can do it. We have the talent to do it. It’s just a matter of whether we do it or not."

Neely has been working hard this spring and summer to come back from a bad ankle sprain. He has been in the gym every day working on his conditioning,

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