2012-13: Edmonds was on his way to another fantastic year before suffering a season ending injury late in December. Prior to the injury, Edmonds was leading the team in scoring at 18 per game. He totaled 270 points, 64 rebounds, 37 assists, 26 steals and five blocks before his season ended. Also, just prior to his injury, he helped orchestrate an upset of No. 1 Mott Community College with a team-high 26 points. For the season, he started three games while seeing action in 15.
Edmonds would have been a 1,000 point career scorer for the Express. As it turned out, he finished his career with 870 points (18.5/game), 192 rebounds (4.1/game), 136 assists, 56 steals and 22 blocks. He started 35 games and saw action in 47 during his career.
Following the season, Edmonds signed with Marshall University.
2011-12: Edmonds fell below double digit scoring in only three games his freshman year and finished as the team's leading scorer. Overall, he averaged 18.8 points, four rebounds and 3.1 assists per game and scored an even 600 points overall. Additionally, he averaged 20.2 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.8 assists in OCCAC play. Following the season, he was named First Team All-OCCAC, First Team All-Region XII and was the team's co-MVP along with James Kelly. His top game of the year came against Sinclair CC on Feb. 11 when he scored 32 points on 10-for-20 shooting overall and 5-for-12 shooting from three point range. He had two 30 plus point games and 12 games of 20-29 points.
Edmonds tied the program records for most three point FG attempted in one game (13 vs Cincinnati State on Jan. 21) and FT percentage in one game (100 percent vs Henry Ford CC, 10/10). He broke the single season program record for most three point FGs attempted, as well, with 262.
Prior to Owens: Edmonds comes to the Express basketball program after a decorated high school career. As a senior, he was named First Team All-Battle Creek League, First Team All-Southwestern Michigan Activities Association, and Honorable Mention All-Michigan. Additionally, he was a McDonald's High School All-American nominee and was a participant in the Basketball Coaching Association of Michigan (BCAM) All-Star game. He played for head coach Durant Crum at Albion.
Personal: Justin is the son of Larry Bonner and Bonnie Edmonds. He has five siblings - Jeremy, Stephanie, Kiki, Kisha and Ryan.