Two high school seniors have signed NCAA national letters of intent to attend Bowling Green State
University next fall and play men’s basketball.
Columbus Brookhaven’s Craig Sealey and Kent Roosevelt’s Cameron Black signed their letters on Wednesday.
"We are extremely pleased and excited to announce these two new additions to our Falcon
family," said BG head coach Louis Orr. "We are not only adding two very talented and
hard-working basketball players, but two high-character individuals from outstanding families."
Sealey is a 6-foot-6, 200-pound wing/forward.
"Craig is an explosive wing who is excellent at running the floor and finishing at the rim,"
Orr said. "He is the ultimate slasher and offensive rebounder and has as big an upside as anyone in
our program. He is an improved shooter and brings a ton of energy and athleticism to our team. His
impact on our team should be immediate and he is a high quality individual and student-athlete."
Black is a 6-10, 230, forward/center. He averaged 10 points, 10 rebounds, and 4.7 blocks per game as a
junior, being named second-team all-league and second-team all-district. He was a team captain as a
junior and blocked 106 shots.
"Cameron gives us a very skilled and smart post player with legitimate size to replace seniors Otis
Polk, Marc Larson, and Erik Marschall," Orr said. "He has excellent skills with the ball, is a
presence on the defensive end, and has a high IQ for the game as he plays for an outstanding head coach
in his dad … Cameron is an extremely hard worker, a conscientious student, and a team player. He
should make an immediate impact on our program."