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An Exception to the Rule?

As players move to announce their college choices earlier and earlier, National Christian center Anthony McClain likely will wait until the spring to sign a letter-of-intent, Coach Trevor Brown said.

"O.J. Mayo didn't [commit] yet, there's a lot of kids who haven't committed yet," Brown said.

A third-team All-Met last season, the 7-foot-1 McClain has attracted plenty of college interest but has yet to find the right situation, Brown said. Connecticut and Florida have shown the most interest, Brown said, and Florida assistant Lewis Preston was at National Christian earlier this week.

"He's got big schools on him -- they don't have scholarships [available] but they have pros on their teams," Brown said. "They're looking at 'Are these guys going to leave?' For me, I don't want him committing to somebody's school if they don't have any scholarships and they are depending on so and so to go in the draft."

By Josh Barr  | November 1, 2006; 1:44 PM ET
Categories:  Basketball  
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