Clarence Jackson and Kameron Pauldo have committed to playing basketball for Polk State College.
They played together at Dublin High School in Dublin Ga. Pauldo transfers from Columbus State University.
"We are happy to add both Clarence and Kam to the family," said Head Coach Brandon Giles.
"Both come from great families, which will allow them to go very far both on and off the basketball court."
A 6-7 forward, Jackson played on two Georgia state championship teams, was a two-time Georgia Athletic Coaches Association Class AA First Team All-State, two-time HoopSeen Class AA First Team All-State, and a Georgia Region A Player of the Year. He scored over 1,000 points and grabbed more than 1,000 rebounds in high school.
Pauldo, a 5-9 point guard, started four years at Dublin. As a freshman he averaged 19 points per game and earned a spot on the First Team All-Region squad. He averaged 19 points and seven assists per game as a sophomore, was named regional and state player of the year, and helped his team reach the Sweet 16.
As a junior he averaged 29 points and nine assists per game, was named All State Offensive Player of the Year, First Team All-Region, team MVP, and led Dublin to the Final Four. While a senior, he averaged 25 points and 11 assists per game, was named First Team All-Region, All-State Leading Scorer, and Dublin High's all-time leading scorer with 2,789 points.