April 4, 2013
Senior James Ennis will be representing Long Beach State in tonight's Denny's Slam Dunk Championship in Atlanta and tweets from fans will act as the "fifth judge."
The event airs live tonight on ESPN beginning at 4:00 pm (PT).
Ennis fans are asked to tweet #collegeslam and #Ennis10 in support of Ennis after each of his dunks. Those scores from fan tweets, coupled with the scores from the four celebrity judges will determine who moves on to the next round.
Be sure and follow the Twitter handle (@CollegeSlam) and like them on Facebook for real-time information/photos/videos.
Below is a list of all of the slam dunk participants:
Doug Anderson - Detroit Mercy
Keion Bell - Missouri
James Ennis - Long Beach State
Carrick Felix - Arizona State
Ramon Galloway - LaSalle
Garlon Green - Texas Christian University
Corey Law - High Point University ("State Farm Dark Horse Dunker" Facebook Winner)
Renaldo Woodridge - University of Southern California
Ennis will also be playing in the NABC All-Star game, which takes place in Atlanta on Friday.
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