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Will Power Schools Recruit Gonzaga Guard?

Gonzaga guard Cedrick Lindsay enjoyed a breakout junior season, averaging 16.7 points and establishing himself as a significant scoring threat. While plenty of mid-major college programs have taken notice, but it remains to be seen whether schools from the power conference will get involved in his recruitment. His backcourt mate, classmate Tyler Thornton, already has committed to play for Duke.

"He has a slew of mid-level" scholarship offers, Gonzaga Coach Steve Turner said. "A couple from the A-10. Probably the biggest is Penn State. Then he's got Providence and Marquette, who are watching him this summer. Half the CAA has offered. He's just trying to figure it all out."

Turner said Lindsay plans to take some unofficial campus visits next month and meet with coaching staffs.

"I don't think he has any favorites yet, but he's trying to cut some off" his list, Turner said. "He's got too many to handle."

By Josh Barr  | May 12, 2009; 4:54 PM ET
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Comments

If Lindsay does not sign with Maryland - I will be extremely happy.

Carolina Blue - Carolina WHITE - Go Tar Heels - Let's go Tar Heels.

Posted by: hclark1 | May 12, 2009 7:16 PM | Report abuse

Goosh hclark1 is easy to please even if he is pathetically negative.

Posted by: riverpoint2 | May 13, 2009 12:44 AM | Report abuse

And as we all know the Tar Heels sux.

Md wins over the Tar Heel - horses A$$ in football and bball.

Life is good.

Tman.

Posted by: tman111 | May 13, 2009 6:27 AM | Report abuse

The young man is a tremendous talent from what I've seen watching Gonzaga games and on the AAU circuit. If power conference schools don't take notice, I'd be very surprised.

Posted by: NahLaterz1 | May 17, 2009 4:46 PM | Report abuse

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