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The Frank Walker Law/PSN Daily Notebook- July 10



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**Robert Morris men’s basketball extended an offer today to 2024 6’6″ guard Jayan Walker from Raleigh, North Carolina. Walker holds other D-1 offers from Iona, Georgia St., William & Mary, Texas Arlington, St. Bonaventure and High Point, Radford.

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Penn Hills Class of 2024 left tackle/defensive end Kelsey Hundley received an offer from Bryant on Monday. This is his 10th Division I offer, as he holds offers from Bucknell, Colgate, Duquesne, Fordham, Georgetown, Maine, New Hampshire, Richmond and Sacred Heart.

Hundley, who stands at 6-foot-4 and 265 pounds, did a great job at the 2Tenths Top 150 camp on Sunday, where he received the offensive line MVP.

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Robert Morris men’s basketball offered Class of 2024 wing Ebrahim Kaba on Monday. Kaba stands 6-foot-9 and attends the Peddie School in Hightstown, N.J.

Kaba possesses great range and isn’t afraid to pull up from anywhere on the court. He is also does well under defensive pressure and drives at the hoop with authority to score. He uses his length and size to dominate smaller opponents and move past slower, bigger defenders.

He holds offers from Atlantic-10 schools in Duquesne, Fordham, Saint Bonaventure and Saint Louis, America East schools in Albany, New Hampshire and NJIT, CAA schools in Hofstra, Northeastern, Stony Brook, Towson and William & Mary, Patriot League schools in American, Boston University and Lafayette, as well as Florida Gulf Coast, Howard, Miami (Ohio), North Texas, Siena, Washington State and Wyoming.

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**Former Pitt and current Houston Texans wide receiver Jared Wayne giving back.

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Imani Christian Class of 2025 guard Damon Givner received his first Division I offer on Monday in Fordham. Givner has earned plaudits for his performance last weekend with his AAU team, West Virginia Gold Hoops, at the Pro16 League Finals in Houston, Texas.

Many scouts have been impressed with his game and its no surprise for anyone who watched him play a large role in Imani Christian win a WPIAL 1A and PIAA 1A State titles last season. He led the team with 15.8 points per game, while also averaging 3.6 assists, 4.8 rebounds and 2.1 steals per game, respectively.

Givner is an athletic guard, who uses his speed to blow by opponents to drive to the hoop. He also possesses a good mid-range shot and is not afraid to let it fly from the perimeter. He is best with the ball in his hands, where he can drive to the rim and attack the basket.


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Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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