OXFORD, Miss. -- The Ole Miss basketball team is adding the nation's 67th-ranked recruit, as head coach Andy Kennedy announced Monday that Malcolm White has signed a national letter of intent. The 6-foot-9, 225-pound forward will be a freshman for the Rebels during the 2007-08 campaign.
White is rated a four-star player by Rivals and the No. 19 power forward in the 2008 class. He was also tabbed as the 16th-best recruit in the Southeast by Youth Prep Stars.
BURLINGTON, Vt. - The University of Vermont men's basketball team has announced that Joey Accaoui (Lincoln, R.I.) and Pat Bergmann (Burlington, Vt.) will join the program next season as members of the class of 2011. Head coach Mike Lonergan made the announcement today.
"Joey and Pat are very good additions to our recruiting class," said Lonergan. "Joey will be our smallest player and Pat our tallest. We are very happy to have been able to get both of these student- athletes during the late signing period."
PHILADELPHIA (05/31/07) – Ramone Moore, a 6-4 guard from Southern High, has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Temple University on a men’s basketball scholarship. Moore becomes the fifth member of Temple head coach Fran Dunphy’s first full recruiting class, joining early signees - 6-9 forward Lavoy Allen, 6-10 forward Micheal Eric, 6-2 guard Martavis Kee and 6-8 forward Craig Williams.
PITTSBURGH – Duquesne University head men’s basketball coach Ron Everhart has announced that forward Brandon Harris (Akron, Ohio/St. Vincent-St. Mary) has signed a written offer of admission and plans to enroll this fall as a member men’s basketball team. Harris is the fourth player to commit to the Dukes this spring.
AUSTIN, TX - Point guard Dogus Balbay (Istanbul, Turkey) has signed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball next season at The University of Texas, head coach Rick Barnes announced today. The addition of Balbay finalizes a four-man recruiting class that includes forwards Clint Chapman, Gary Johnson and Alexis Wangmene.
Long Beach, CA--Long Beach State Head Men’s Basketball Coach Dan Monson announced today that Greg Plater (Guard, 6-2, 170, Salem, OR, McKay HS) signed a National Letter-of-Intent with the 49ers.
Houston, TX - University of Houston head basketball coach Tom Penders announced that Yan Moukoury has signed to play for the Cougars in 2007-08. Moukoury is a 6-7, 225-pound power forward from Christian Life High School in Baton Rouge, La.
“Yan is a strong player who has the build of a collegiate player already,” Penders said. “He has a great mid-range game, can step outside to shoot the three and is an excellent defensive player.”
QUEENS, N.Y. (May 15, 2007) – St. John’s head men’s basketball coach Norm Roberts announced the signing of D.J. Kennedy and Sean Evans from the Class of 2007 to National Letters of Intent during this spring signing period. The duo join exceptional local standouts Malik Boothe, Justin Burrell and Mike Cavataio and formidable prep stars Dele Coker and Paris Horne, to comprise a seven-man incoming class for the Red Storm.
2007 St. john’s Men’s Basketball Recruiting Class
Spokane, WA - Guards Adris DeLeon from College of Southern Idaho and James Doran from Sierra College in California are among the four new players who recently signed letters of intent to attend Eastern Washington University and play basketball for the Eagles next fall, EWU head coach Mike Burns announced Tuesday (April 15).
MUNCIE, Ind. -- C.J. Clark (Cypress, Texas/Cypress Springs H.S.), Laron Frazier (Waukegan, Ill./Waukegan H.S.) and Deontay Twyman (Sandy Spring, Md./Sherwood H.S.) have each signed a national letter of intent to attend Ball State University and compete for the men’s basketball team, according to head coach Ronny Thompson.
“We are excited to add these three young men to our program,” Thompson says. “They each have the ability to contribute immediately and impact our program.”
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