The Tigers started the recruiting season off in a big way by signing Paul TenHarmsel, a 6’4″ guard from Caledonia High School. Paul initially signed with Eastern Michigan University out of high school in 2011 but opted out of his scholarship when EMU changed coaches. He then played one year at Wayne State University (NCAA II).
“Paul has already been in school here at Grace this year and we are so happy to have him on our squad next year,” said Coach Gary Bailey. “He has incredible range shooting the ball and can really get off the floor. He will be an exciting player to watch with his high motor and his competitive style of play. I know Paul is excited about playing closer to home and has practiced with us most of the school year. It will be an easy transition for him next season.”
Paul was ranked as the #8 shooting guard in Michigan his Senior year averaging over 17 ppg, 5 rpg, and 3 apg. ESPN listed him as the 170th best guard prospect in the country.
Paul is the son of Steve & Amy TenHarmsel and has a brother David and a sister Jennifer. While at Caledonia Paul played for Coach Todd Bloemers.
“I’m really happy to be playing at Grace next year. They have a really successful program and the players and coaching staff are awesome. It has been fun getting to know everyone this semester.”