The Island Storm announced Tuesday that shooting guard Jackson Trapp has been activated from the team’s Injured Reserve.
Trapp was a member of the 22-man training camp roster in December, but his camp was cut short when he fractured a bone in his foot.
Coach Joe Salerno liked what he saw and opted to keep Trapp on the roster season. Trapp spent the last three months in hometown Orlando, FL rehabilitating his foot.
“Jackson was someone we were very high on coming into training camp before his injury. He has done a great job with his rehab and is now 100% ready to go,” said Salerno.
Trapp played his collegiate ball at Florida Atlantic, where he shot 46.8% from three-point territory during the 2014-15 season.
“He is a team first guy, who has the ability to shoot from range, and be a very good perimeter defender. He will add a lot of depth to our backcourt and give us another perimeter scoring threat. We are very pleased to have Jackson back healthy.”
To make room on the roster to activate Trapp, the Storm has released small forward Wayne McCullough.
In an unrelated move, Storm power forward Keith Thomas has been added to the team’s IR.