Anthony Lee, Shane Larkin & Jonathan Graham

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Anthony Lee, 6-10, F, Nike Team Florida: The soft-spoken Lee could use some muscle on his 6-10 frame, but he doesn’t play like a lightweight. He was assertive at making himself a target in the post and teamed with Okaro White and Wilfried Yeguete to form an inside trio that was too much for the New Mexico-based Danny Granger Hurricanes. Auburn, Florida State, George Mason, Miami, Mississippi State, Murray State, Tennessee, Temple and Virginia Commonwealth have all offered, according to Lee. UCLA is also showing interest. “I’m trying to get some looks from the West Coast, that’s why coach brought us over here,” Lee said. “A lot of good schools are looking at me and I’m just waiting to see what school is going to pop up.”

http://scouthoops.scout.com/a.z?s=75&p= ... id=4293689

http://w3.nbebasketball.com/2009/07/25/ ... ews-notes/

Shane Larkin has offers from UCF and VCU with Clemson, Florida State, St. Joe’s, Marquette, Florida, Miami, South Florida, George Mason and FAU showing interest. He will take an unofficial visit in August to Miami.

Baltimore Elite has Syracuse commitments Bae Moussa-Keita and C.J. Fair in action. Their uncommitted teammate, Jonathan Graham, a 6-foot-8 power forward from Calvert Hall in Maryland, listed offers from Providence and Seton Hall with interest from Villanova, Maryland, West Virginia, VCU, Miami and Georgia Tech.

http://scouthoops.scout.com/a.z?s=75&p= ... id=3147949
 
Re: Anthony Lee

Hopefully we are in contact with Wilfried Yeguete. He was Ben Eblen's teammate at Florida Air Academy, so that may be a deterrent. He is 6'7 with a good frame and can guard numerous positions.
 
http://myespn.go.com/blogs/calhisports/ ... -City.html

Also, playing well was highly regarded 6-9 power forward Anthony Lee, who told CalHiSports.com he has many offers, but his preferences are Virginia Commonwealth, Tulane, George Mason and South Carolina. The incoming 6-10 senior post at West Oaks Academy (Eustis, Fla.) finished with a double double -- 12 points and 11 rebounds. He also blocked three shots.
 
Mistachill said:
http://myespn.go.com/blogs/calhisports/0-9-30/Championship-Sunday-in-Sin-City.html

Also, playing well was highly regarded 6-9 power forward Anthony Lee, who told CalHiSports.com he has many offers, but his preferences are Virginia Commonwealth, Tulane, George Mason and South Carolina. The incoming 6-10 senior post at West Oaks Academy (Eustis, Fla.) finished with a double double -- 12 points and 11 rebounds. He also blocked three shots.


Out of those 4 choices...it should be obvious..right?! :mrgreen:
 
Mistachill said:
http://myespn.go.com/blogs/calhisports/0-9-30/Championship-Sunday-in-Sin-City.html

Also, playing well was highly regarded 6-9 power forward Anthony Lee, who told CalHiSports.com he has many offers, but his preferences are Virginia Commonwealth, Tulane, George Mason and South Carolina. The incoming 6-10 senior post at West Oaks Academy (Eustis, Fla.) finished with a double double -- 12 points and 11 rebounds. He also blocked three shots.

Chill you made my day with that find. I have actually seen him play and he can get it done. He is left handed from what I remember and he is a natural shot blocker and has a smooth fluid stroke. It would be really exciting if we sign him.

I see that he is considering South Carolina but they have signed RJ Slawson and they are interested in Damontre Harris, Kadeem Green and Michael Green, all PF/C's. If Anthony is listening choose us. We will make you a feature player where USC will just add to their depth. I don't think I need to make an argument for chosing us over Mason and Tulane. :lol:
 
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