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Posted: November 4th, 2012

Here’s a quick look at who the Erie BayHawks picked in Friday’s 2012 D-League Draft. The BayHawks drafted Carlton Guyton in the seventh round. The BayHawks start training camp Nov. 10.

Seventh round — Carlton Guyton (6-4, 185, G, Kent State)
Date of birth: Aug. 7, 1990
Hometown: Chicago, Ill.
Background: Averaged 9.9 points and 3.6 assists at Kent State in 2011-12. Played two seasons at Mineral Area College before transferring to Kent State. Was Mid-American Conference “Sixth Man of the Year” in 2010-11. As a junior, he was suspended after being charged for stealing a woman’s car. Guyton plead guilty to unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. He competed in a pre-draft workout with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Nicknamed Scootie.

Posted: October 30th, 2010

Point guard Cedric Jackson is looking to once again make his way to the NBA through the Erie BayHawks.

The following eight players have been invited to the Erie BayHawks’ training camp that begins Saturday, Nov. 6 at the LECOM Medical Fitness & Wellness Center in Erie.

The BayHawks can have up to 17 players in training camp. Erie opens the 2010-11 season Nov. 19 against Springfield at Tullio Arena.

▀  PG Cedric Jackson – Averaged 16.4 points and 7.4 assists in 34 games for the BayHawks as a rookie last season, The 6-foot, 3-inch, Jackson, 24, received NBA call ups from the Cleveland Cavaliers, San Antonio Spurs and Washington Wizards.

▀   PG Maureece Rice – Avg. 18.7 points to help Erie make the D-League playoffs in its expansion season in 2008-09. Erie tried to get the 6-1 combo guard last season, but Rice, 26, couldn’t get out of his contract with a team in the Ukraine. The Philadelphia native was an exciting player for Erie and was really the difference in the BayHawks making the playoffs.

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