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Who's Going to Sign?

Going through the files, here is a list of basketball players who have made verbal commitments. Not all of these players will sign letters-of-intent in the week-long signing period that began today. The Ivy League and service academies do not participate in the LOI program, while some players will not sign for a variety of reasons, such as keeping their options open, needing to improve in the classroom, etc.:

Montrose Christian F Isaiah Armwood: Villanova
Severna Park G Brendan Bald: Vermont
Paul VI Catholic F Raven Barber: Mount St. Mary's
Jewish Day F Eitan Chemerinski: Cornell
Riverdale Baptist F Javorn Farrell: Massachusetts
Potomac School F Brian Freeman: Fordham
Paul VI Catholic G Erick Green: Virginia Tech
DeMatha F Naji Hibbert: Texas A&M
Gonzaga F Ian Hummer: Princeton
Episcopal G Given Kalipinde: Loyola Marymount
St. John's (Md.) F Troy King: Navy
Potomac School G P.J. Miller: New Jersey Tech
Georgetown Prep G Robert Olson: Loyola
Good Counsel C Julius Omoniurhie: Southern Methodist
Forest Park F Raphael Putney: Massachusetts
Bishop McNamara G Lawrence Smith: North Carolina A&T
Word of Life F Tristan Spurlock: Virginia
National Christian F Dante Taylor: Pittsburgh
Bishop McNamara G Rashad Whack: George Mason
Montrose Christian F Mouphtaou Yarou: Villanova
Bishop McNamara C Talib Zanna: Pittsburgh

By Josh Barr  | November 12, 2008; 11:53 AM ET
Categories:  Basketball  
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Comments

I am extremely happy that none of these players considered Maryland.

Go Tar Heels !

Posted by: hclark1 | November 12, 2008 3:20 PM | Report abuse

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