From St Mary's (Md) athletics website; Courtesy of Sports Management Worldwide:
Camontae Griffin (5'9''-G-86), economics major, now has his sights on the next level. With his undergraduate eligibility exhausted, the All-Capital Athletic Conference and Division III standout contacted Sports Management Worldwide, a sports agency headquartered in Portland, Oregon, for representation.
Edgar Velez, an agent advisor from SMWW in Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas, answered the call and last Wednesday, April 7, he was on a plane to Baltimore to meet Griffin. On Thursday, Griffin officially became an SMWW client at a hotel lobby in Linthicum.
Griffin is a good get for SMWW. In the words of Velez, 'Tae is probably the best little man in basketball few people outside of the Mid-Atlantic region know about. He scored 51 points in a single game last year. He may be short in stature, but he has deep religious values and a huge heart.'
Griffin, a Baltimore native and a product of basketball powerhouse Dunbar High School, was part of the 2003 and 2004 Maryland state championship teams. He made his mark in his senior season with St. Mary's (Md.), averaging 21.6 points per game (ranked No. 17 in NCAA Division III). His career-high 51 points came at last year's Pride of Maryland NCAA Division III Men's Basketball State Tournament against Hood College.