Catching up with Jermaine Beal
June 22, 2012
You never know who you’re going to see at Coach Stallings’ basketball camps. After venturing over to check out the proceedings, we ran into former Commodore great Jermaine “Dolluh” Beal, who is in town to work camps and visit old friends.
Beal, who averaged 14.6 points per game and was named a first team All-SEC player in his senior season in 2010, still remains the winningest four-year scholarship player in Vanderbilt history (69% winning percentage).
The Dallas, Texas, native sat down with vucommdores.com and informed us about what he’s been up to.
Where were you last year?
You light him (Shan) up?
Are you playing the one and the two?
What did you average last year?
Talk about the process for next year…
How many years in a row have you worked this camp?
How often do you come back to Nashville?
You keep track of the other guys in Europe and playing overseas?
So you, Shan, and JT were in Belgium?
What do you miss the most about being at Vanderbilt?
You hit any clutch shots in Belgium?
Any prospects for the NBA Summer League?
Have you played in the Summer League before?
What’s your advice to the guys who just graduated, or in John’s case, left a year early?
Men's Basketball Headlines