Wildcats ready to make noise- Up in the Catamount State, Jesse Bopp has a real-deal roster which makes Vermont Academy a legitimate NEPSAC Class AA contender heading into the season. The squad will be made up of a formidable Big 4 made up of two players from Texas and two from Baltimore. Let's spread out the map and take a closer look at their constitution.
- At point guard for Vermont Academy will be UMass-bound floor-general Trey Davis, a Dallas native who knows how to run a prime-time show...Flanking Trey on the wings will be the highly-talented Baltimore duo of juniors Daquien McNeil, a highly-athletic junior guard with electric scoring ability from the wing, and Jamel Artis, a long versatile 6'5 guard who loves to get out and showcase his skills in the open floor...The man in the middle who everyone is talkin' about is junior big man Dominic Woodson, an athletic 6'9 Texan wide-body who holds offers from the likes of Maryland, Michigan State, Vanderbilt, Oklahoma, Illinois, and more...The two other players who will ride in the front of the pack with the Big 4 will be junior small forward Donnele Munda and senior guard Troy Davine '12. Munda is a nice wing player from Toronto who holds an offer from Loyola (MD), while hard-nosed guard Troy Davine of Rutland will give Vermont Academy one homegrown player riding out in front of the pack.