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Welcome the Jason Mattseals

A 6 feet 7 inches, 245 lb power forward, Jason Maxiell was selected by the Pistons with the 26th pick in the first round of the 2005 NBA Draft. He attended Newman Smith High School in Carrollton, Texas. During his career at the University of Cincinnati, where he was coached by Bob Huggins, Jason earned All-Conference USA Second Team honors. He led Conference USA in blocked shots (2.8 bpg) and ranked 18th in the nation. His 91 blocks are the second-highest University of Cincinnati single-season total. He averaged 17.3 points in three postseason games and shot .607 from the field. Posted 22 points (8-of-11 shooting), nine rebounds and six blocks in NCAA Tournament opening round win vs. Iowa. Recorded a career-high eight blocks to go with 14 points and 10 rebounds vs. Houston. Scored a career-high 30 points and tallied seven blocks vs. Longwood. Tied his career with 15 rebounds and recorded 21 points and five blocks vs. Northern Iowa.

Maxiell finished 11th on Cincinnati's career scoring list with 1,566 points (13th in Conference USA history) and second on the Cincinnati career chart for blocked shots with 252 (4th in Conference USA). He played 129 consecutive games, the second-longest streak in Bearcats' history, and started the last 77 contests.

Maxiell is drawing comparisons with former Pistons forward Rick Mahorn due to his burly size and ability to create inside presence.[citation needed]

On October 30, 2008, Maxiell agreed to a four year, $20 million deal. - wikipedia

On a related note:
On March 30th, 2011 the Jason Mattseals agreed to be and were officially accepted as the final, 8th and final WSEM franchise for the 2011 season! We have been talking with some of their players for months about playing, and have been doing so intensively over the past week. Some of you will remember Jason Matt, half of the inspiration for his team's namesake, from the "Winter" Meeting. His presence was a big step in getting their franchise approved, as have been the steadily positive reports and feedback from team captain, Imran Kakli, on assembling a solid, committed lineup. Fun Fact: while many teams in WSEM have assistant captains on their roster donning an 'A', only the Jason Mattseals have an 'A' that stands for the title of Admiral. While their team name and logo are all in good fun, don't let your guard down around the these 'seals; what they may lack in wiffleball experience they make up for plentifully with competitive drive and athleticism. Everybody welcome the Jason Mattseals to the WSEM hunt for success and the championship! ... And Commandos, maybe now we can kick off Opening weekend on 4/29 with a Friday night special featuring our two teams fresh to the WSEM game?

P.S. MLB Season starts tomorrow! Who's wet themselves? And how many times?