St. John’s basketball transfer guard ready to finally see the floor

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The St. John’s basketball program are ready to get its transfer guard back on the court.

After one season off because of the NCAA transfer rules and regulations, the St. John’s basketball program is finally ready to get Camree Clegg on the floor during the 2020-21 season.

A native of Westland, Michigan, the 5-foot-5 redshirt sophomore started her career at Clemson before leaving Death Valley for Queens.

While a member of the Tigers’ program, Clegg played in 33 games and averaged 2.5 points per game but her most impactful game came against against Boston College where she scored a career high 12 points.

Prior to Clemson, Clegg was a high school standout in her home-state of Michigan at Wayne Memorial High School where she was ranked inside the Top-150 nationally by Blue Star Basketball.

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Clegg was also named as the Michigan Army National Guard top performer and following her senior season she averaged 24.1 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 6.7 assists per game while also being named to the Detroit Free Press Dream Team First Team.

Camree Clegg was also a 1,000 point scorer in high school as she will try and find her role in a loaded backcourt for the Red Storm entering the 2020-21 season.

St. John’s is set to rely heavily on senior Qadashah Hoppie and sophomore Leliani Correra who were both named to the Preseason All-Big East Team as Hoppie was an unanimous selection to the list.

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After getting to watch St. John’s finish with a 19-12 (11-7 Big East) record and its season end in the Big East Tournament semifinals against to Marquette last season, Camree Clegg will have the chance to take the floor on November 25 as the Red Storm host St. Francis College (Brooklyn) in its season opener.

A time has yet to be announced for the contest.

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