Posted On: 09/27/19 4:54 PM

The Fort Myers area just got a lot more interesting with 2020 guard Jadrian Tracey now back in the fold at Riverdale.

A 6'6", 200-pound Fort Myers native, Tracey, spent his junior campaign at Oldsmar Christian in the Tampa Bay/Clearwater area. Prior to that, he was at Riverdale as a sophomore alongside his older brother and current Daytona State guard Jacob Tracey and as a freshman at Southwest Florida Christian.

Riverdale has won 18 games apiece the last two seasons, compiling a 36-15 overall record. The Tracey brothers helped the Raiders reach the Class 8A region final in 2017-18, winning at North Port, in a super tough environment, 56-55 in the semifinal before falling to St. Pete to lose out on a state Final Four appearance.

Jadrian Tracey says when he made his decision to transfer schools for his upcoming senior season, he didn't want to go to any other public school than Riverdale.

"I'm trying to do something Riverdale has never done before. I'm not trying to come back to Fort Myers and have everyone forget about me. I came back to Riverdale because I wanted to be somewhere I was comfortable," Tracey told Prep Hoops. "I didn't

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