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Andre Hollins (Whitehouse Station HS) TX, 6-2, G, committed to Minnesota over Harvard, Ole Miss, Auburn and Stanford per numerous sources.
Mike Turner (University HS) Chicago, IL, 6-8, F, committed to Northwestern over Valparaiso and Penn per numerous sources.
Dylan Cox (Cedar Park HS) Cedar Park, TX 6-4, G, committed to Army this week. He drew varying levels of recruiting interest from Harvard, Penn, Princeton, Rice, and SMU.
Several members of the Northfield Mount Hermon School program are still searching for college homes. Class of 2012's Tommy Carpenter (Northfield Mount Hermon School) Northfield, MA, 6-7, F, is visiting Penn this weekend, while John Golden (Northfield Mount Hermon School) Northfield, MA, 6-6, F is at Buffalo. Golden is a member of the class of 2011.
Shane McLaughlin (Old Tappan HS) Old Tappan, NJ, 6-1 G, is reportedly being recruited by Dartmouth, Cornell, Princeton, Brown, Columbia, and Yale. He has visited Columbia, and plans to visit Cornell.
Billy Morrison (Rincon HS) Rincon, AZ, 6-5, F, claims to have Ivy interest from Columbia, Cornell, Princeton, Dartmouth, and Yale. He is also being recruited by Williams, NYU, and Amherst.Joell Ferro (Trinity Catholic) Ocala, FL, 6-4, F, has interest from Yale, Brown, Maryville, Rochester, Emory, Tufts, MIT, and Johns Hopkins. He is a member of the class of 2011.
Rivals.com reports that Rosco Allen (Bishop Gorman) Las Vegas, NV, 6-7, F has offers from Harvard, Stanford, UCLA, Arizona, Arizona State, Northwestern, USC, and Utah among many others. He is a member of the class of 2012.
The Recruit Scoop reports that Alex Mitola (Gil St. Bernard's HS) Martinsville, NJ, 5-9, arranged visits to Penn and Princeton this week. He is a member of the class of 2012.