NORMAN, Okla. - Oklahoma men's basketball head coach Jeff Capel and his staff continue to make names for themselves on the recruiting trail and, for the third straight November, unveiled an impressive four-man list of signees today. The group is rated No. 14 nationally by Scout.com and features three top-100 players.
Murray is in his senior season at The Glen Mills School where he averaged 19 points and 11 rebounds a season ago.
Murray is ranked among the nation's Top 40 basketball recruits by all of the recognized scouting services and is considered the 19th top prospect in America by HoopScoop.
BOULDER - University of Colorado men's basketball head coach Jeff Bzdelik announced Wednesday that Alec Burks, Keegan Hornbuckle, and Shane Harris-Tunks have officially signed National Letters of Intent to continue their education beginning in the 2009-10 academic year.
"With the signing of these three young men, once again we have taken a major step toward creating the vision for this program," Bzdelik said. "All three are highly skilled, highly intelligent and play with a competitive spirit."
A 6-foot-8, 210-pound native of Memphis, Tenn., Buckner is rated among the top 30 high school senior prospects in the nation and the No. 5 small forward in the nation by Rivals.com. He is also ranked among the country's top 100 players by Scout.com and Hoop Scoop.
WACO, Texas - Baylor head men's basketball coach Scott Drew announced the signing of Givon Crump (Wolfeboro, N.H.), Cory Jefferson (Killeen, Texas) and A.J. Walton (Little Rock, Ark.) to National Letters of Intent for the 2009-10 academic year Wednesday.
Guard C.J. Harris (Winston-Salem, N.C.) and forward Ari Stewart (Marietta, Ga.) signed their official commitments on Wednesday to join the Demon Deacon basketball family next season.
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Baylor announced the hiring of AAU coach Dwon Clifton to be their "Director of Player Development." Clifton's background and the actual tasks involved in this job (if any?) are meaningless.. but the important thing to note here is that Cifton is the coach of D-One Sports, an AAU team that features the #1 prospect in the country, John Wall. Wall will almost certainly announce his decision to attend Baylor now, ending an odd recruitment that came down to Big 12 schools Baylor and Oklahoma State.