Rashad Callaway Seizes Opportunity With Staten Island Vipers (US-Pro)

Rashad-CallawayRashad Callaway (5’11 G, Bayonne, NJ) looks to jumpstart his basketball career by signing with the Staten Island Vipers of the ABA. In his debut with the Vipers, Rashad sent a message to the rest of the league that he will be a force to be reckoned with in the ABA after scoring 18 points on 4 for 6 shooting from deep, while grabbing 4 rebounds and handing out 3 assists against the Jersey Express.

Last year, Callaway played in iBall United’s iBall Pro Combine where he played with the top free agents in the US at the time, most of which play professional basketball today. During the combine, Rashad shot an astonishing 60% from the 3-point line proving that his 4/6 shooting in his debut was no fluke and is just an indication of things to come.

Rashad Callaway had a stellar career in University of Tampa which is an NCAA Division II school. He also had a brief stint with the Mersey Tigers of the British Basketball League back in 2012.

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