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Amaker Watches Recruits

Spent part of halftime at last night's Gonzaga-O'Connell game talking to Harvard Coach Tommy Amaker. He was watching from behind the O'Connell bench, having brought his mom to the game. The Crimson had two recruits playing: Gonzaga forward Max Kenyi and O'Connell center Frank Ben-Eze.

Kenyi was terrific, scoring 22 points and holding O'Connell standout Jason Clark to 11 points. Ben-Eze finished with just four points and six rebounds, but his 7-foot frame will give Harvard size that Ivy League teams don't always get.

"This is a great area for us" to recruit, Amaker said. "We want to have a presence if possible. We're working hard at it. This is a great area for a lot of people to recruit. This could be great for Harvard."

Georgetown assistant Robert Burke and George Washington assistant Greg Collucci were also in crowd, as was O'Connell alum and current Maryland player Dave Neal.

By Josh Barr  | January 23, 2008; 12:04 PM ET
Categories:  Basketball  
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