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— StJamesHoops (@SaintJamesHoops) January 8, 2018
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Former LSU quarterback Caleb Lewis and Bowling Green running back Terrance Stephens have transferred to RMU, both will play for @RMUFootball. Read more on both HERE — https://t.co/nQIaozvY90 pic.twitter.com/A6IG67AhvZ
— RMU Sentry Media (@RMUSentryMedia) January 8, 2018
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Checkerboard crosswalks NASCAR Hall of Fame Charlotte pic.twitter.com/9UTY7RmBEQ
— Tim Salem (@CoachTimSalem) January 8, 2018
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Koby Thomas is named NEC Rookie of the Week for the fourth time this season after averaging 16.5 points and 9.5 rebounds in two games last week.
— Omari Sankofa II (@omarisankofa) January 8, 2018
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— Adam Rowe (@AdamRoweTDD) January 8, 2018
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**Butler 2020 PG Ethan Morton made an unofficial visit yesterday to Columbus for the Ohio State/Michigan State game. Morton is a special talent and will have his pick of schools.
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**Yesterday, PSN told you about 3 local players making unofficial visits to Duquesne. This morning, we talked to a talent evaluator to get a scouting report on those players.
Maceo Austin (Kennedy Catholic) 2019 SG– “Has a 6’11 wing span. Smooth, versatile guard who can play the 1-3 with ease. Has tricky handle, with great length. He can see the floor well, and is always in control. Shoots it well from three but needs more consistency in his shot.”
Manis Norman (Kennedy Catholic) 2019 G- “One if not the fastest/quickest point guards in the state. Runs the show for Kennedy Catholic and is very vocal. Gets to the rim with ease. Needs to work on his shot from the perimeter.
Isiah Warfield (Sewickley Academy) 2020– “The next big name out of Pittsburgh and has a great family history (cousins with the Jeters). One of the best defenders in the WPIAL and has grown 4 inches since June. Can play 1-4, handles and shoots it very well. Needs to continue to work on gaining weight and creating his own shot of the dribble.”
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— Cardiac Hill (@PittPantherBlog) January 8, 2018
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— A10 Talk (@A10Talk) January 8, 2018
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— ChadSimmons_ (@ChadSimmons_) January 6, 2018
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**Junior wide receiver Cameron Coleman (5-10, 165) received an offer from Pitt. 247 Sports rates Coleman (IMG Academy, Bradenton, Florida) as a 4-star recruit with offers from Florida, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Tennessee, Syracuse, Missouri and Iowa State.