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Naismith Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley produced another five Division 1 signees on Monday.

Jagan Mosely (Georgetown), Shyquan Gibbs (NJIT), Jaleel Lord (Merrimack),Kaleb Bishop (FDU) and Asante Gist (Eastern Kentucky) all signed NLIs at the Jersey City school Monday morning.

St. Anthony's is among the most prolific schools in this recruiting period, which runs Nov. 11-18.

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JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- It turns out that you can teach an old dog new tricks.

Or in this case, a legendary basketball coach.

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JERSEY CITY, N.J.?-- Daniel Mading, a 6-foot-10, 198-pound power forward originally from the Sudan who was raised in?Australia, will play this season?for Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley at St. Anthony's after spending last year at The Rock School in Gainesville, Fla.

"After I'm done with him I should be able to play right away at the next level," Mading said Monday of Hurley.

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Taurean Thompson, a 6-foot-9 power forward who plays for Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley at St. Anthony's, visited Maryland on Sunday, his mom confirmed to SNY.tv.

 

 

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NEW YORK -- Daniel Mading, a 6-foot-10, 198-pound power forward originally from the Sudan who was raised in?Australia, is transferring to play for Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley at Jersey City (N.J.) St. Anthony's, he confirmed to SNY.tv on Monday night.

He attended The Rock School in Gainesville, Fla., last season.

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Jagan Mosely?is headed to Georgetown.

The 6-foot-3 2016 combo out of?Jersey City (N.J.) St. Anthony committed to the Hoyas on Monday and said he decided on Georgetown two weeks ago on his visit.

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By ADAM ZAGORIA & JEREMY FUCHS

TOMS RIVER, N.J. -- Kentucky-bound point guard Isaiah Briscoe has piled up awards and achievements throughout his prep career in New Jersey, but he has never won the state's ultimate prize, the Tournament of Champions.

Now the McDonald's and Jordan Brand All-American?has yet another chance before he heads off to Big Blue Nation.

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NEW YORK -- Chris Hurley predicts this weekend will be "extremely nerve-wracking."

"I'll lose about five pounds over the weekend," she joked.

Bob Hurley Sr. says of the next few days, "It's going to be a lot of suffering. It's almost not fun because there's so much at stake."

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Jan 16, 2012; Springfield, MA, USA; St. Anthony Friars head coach Bob Hurley during the first half of a game against the Miller Grove Wolverines at Blake Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-US PRESSWIRE (Mark L. Baer-US PRESSWIRE)
Jan 16, 2012; Springfield, MA, USA; St. Anthony Friars head coach Bob Hurley during the first half of a game against the Miller Grove Wolverines at Blake Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-US PRESSWIRE (Mark L. Baer-US PRESSWIRE)

A big deal was made out of Coach K notching his 1,000th career victory recently over St. John's at Madison Square Garden.

And rightfully so.

But try this stat on for size.

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Markis McDuffie,?a 6-foot-7 face-up four man from St. Anthony and Sports U, will take an official visit to Boston College this weekend and then visits SMU Oct. 24, his father told SNY.tv.

McDuffie has already taken officials to?VCU and Wichita State, and will likely choose from among those four programs.

"He's an effective player right now," Hall of Fame St. Anthony coach Bob Hurley told SNY.tv. "Last year he led us in scoring as a junior. I think he had a pretty good out-of-season [summer] period, so you're getting a pretty good player right now.

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Markis McDuffie,?a 6-foot-7 face-up four man from St. Anthony and Sports U, enjoyed his weekend official visit to VCU and then trimmed his list to four schools.

McDuffie is down to VCU, Wichita State, Boston College and SMU.

As for VCU, Markis said, "It was good. I really enjoyed it."

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The summer ahead promises to be a big one for Markis McDuffie.

A 6-foot-7, 186-pound small forward from St. Anthony and the Sports U AAU program, McDuffie is poised to pick up more offers in the coming weeks and months. He recently added offers from Penn State and Duquesne to go with Seton Hall, Boston College, Fordham, Buffalo and Quinnipiac.

SMU, VCU, Creighton, Florida, Florida State, St. Joe's, Stanford and Princeton?are just some of the programs currently reaching out to McDuffie, who will be at the Providence Jam Fest this weekend with Sports U.

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Transferring Oregon State guard Hallice Cooke is planning visits to Dayton and St. Joe's and will decide sometime after those trips, his father told SNY.tv.

"He's got two left, St. Joseph's and Dayton is what we're trying to set up," Rob Cooke told SNY.tv Tuesday. "So hopefully within the next two weeks."

Other schools have reached out, including Tennessee, Boston College and Creighton, but Rob said it was unclear if Hallice would visit any of those schools. The 6-foot-3 Cooke is enrolled at Oregon State until school ends next month.

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Ben Gamble, who has served as Bob Hurley's associate head coach at St. Anthony since 2000, is parting ways with the Hall of Fame coach in order to become the head man at Cardinal McCarrick High School in South Amboy, N.J.

"I saw that there was a job opening," Gamble, 50, told SNY.tv by phone. "I just wanted to try to make a change in my coaching career. It was a great opportunity. McCarrick I knew in the past had some really great years."

Hurley, a Naismith Hall of Fame coach who has won 27 state titles, four national high school crowns and more than 1,100 games, said it was the end of an era at St. Anthony.

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Iowa State has landed 11 transfers in the Fred Hoiberg Era, and former?Oregon State guard Hallice Cooke could become the 12th.

The 6-foot-3, 185-pound former St. Anthony standout is currently on his visit to the Big 12 program and they are the presumed favorite for his services, sources told SNY.tv.

"I'm on my visit to Iowa State," Cooke told SNY.tv Friday night. "It's good."

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Tarin Smith?is headed to Nebraska.

The 6-foot-2, 170-pound senior point guard from St. Anthony and the Sports U AAU program committed Monday after picking up a scholarship offer from Nebraska head coach?Tim Miles.

"Since they offered me I knew it was one of the highest schools on my list," Smith, who also considered Ole Miss and Duquesne, told SNY.tv. ?"I just had a gut feeling in my heart that that's where I wanted to be."

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From Bob Hurley to Chris Chavannes to Dave Boff, the top high school coaches in New Jersey all agree on one thing as March Madness heats up.

This year's New Jersey Tournament of Champions will be as wide open as perhaps it's ever been in the 25-year history of the event.

Whereas in past years two or maybe three teams have been the heavy favorites to be the last team standing, as many as six or seven programs could win it all this year.

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Tarin Smith?had a big night for himself on Thursday.

The uncommitted senior point guard from St. Anthony picked up a scholarship offer from Nebraska head coach Tim Miles and was watched by Notre Dame coach Mike Brey.

On the same night, the 6-foot-2 Smith went for 13 points as the Friars?crushed Morristown-Beard, 63-30, in the second round of New Jersey Non-Public, North B playoffs.

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Like most NBA Draft selections, Tyshawn Taylor probably didn't envision ending up in the NBA D-League.

But that is where Taylor, the 23-year-old former St. Anthony High School and Kansas University star, now finds himself.

Having been traded by the Brooklyn Nets and then released by the New Orleans Pelicans, the 6-foot-3 Taylor is playing for the Maine Red Claws in the D-League.

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With St. Anthony flooded out of its own gym and unable to use the Nets' practice facility in East Rutherford, N.J., Naismith Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley ripped the NBA and said he feels "bad for them."

"When it's all said and done, they [the NBA] turned it down," Hurley told SNY.tv of his request to practice at the Nets' facility because only half of the team's court in Jersey City is usable due to water damage that requires $160,000 to repair. "And the theme I believe was even though they knew it was an emergency they didn't want to set a precedent. And the only precedent I can see is they didn't want to help someone who needed help.

"So if that's the precedent in the NBA, why do they do all those "NBA Cares," all those public service things? Is that photo ops because this was a very simple one. You have an empty gym in East Rutherford and somebody that has no place to go and all we're looking to do is go in there while the work day is still going on, mind you, because corporate is still in the building, I believe. And so we'd be in there for an hour and a half and back out the door, affecting no one. We'd bring our own equipment, do the floor before we start and walk out and clean up behind us like we do whenever we go someplace.

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NEW YORK -- The SNY Invitational championship will pit two New Jersey-bound recruits against New Jersey's most storied high school basketball program.

Rutgers-bound guard Mike Williams and Seton Hall pledge?Khadeen Carrington?(pictured) combined for 52 points as Bishop Loughlin knocked off St. Mary's of Long Island, 82-69, setting up Saturday's 4 p.m. championship game against two-time defending SNY Invitational champion St. Anthony at the Nat Holman Gym at CCNY.

The Friars, who won the tournament in 2011 and '13, escaped with a narrow 67-61 win over Cardozo after four Friars reached double-figures in a game that probably aged Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley a couple of years.

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NEW YORK -- Flooded out of their own gym in Jersey City, Bob Hurley and the St. Anthony Friars may soon be using the Nets' practice facility in East Rutherford, N.J.

"I reached out to them [Friday]," Hurley told SNY.tv at the SNY Invitational where his Friars will seek their third championship since 2011 in Saturday's championship game against Brooklyn Bishop Loughlin at the Nat Holman Gym at CCNY.

"They reached out to the [NBA] league office to see if there's any restrictions on what they were able to do to help us. They were working on a plan and I have a feeling we can get a couple days a week in because we're doomed."

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JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- As an uncommitted, unsigned point guard in the Class of 2014, Tarin Smith's stock has grown drastically in the last few months.

After considering Patriot and Ivy League schools in the fall, the 6-foot-2, 183-pound Smith is now being courted by Big East and A-10 programs, among others.

"He's a late developer," Hall of Fame St. Anthony coach Bob Hurley told SNY.tv. of his point guard after Smith went for 11 points Tuesday in St. Anthony's 56-41 victory over Camden.

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Jason Hasson knows what it's like to coach under Bob Hurley at St. Anthony High School.

Now he will get a chance to coach against the Naismith Hall of Famer.

"When I was coaching with him when we would play other teams, I would always look down at the other coach and look at the other players on the court and think what an honor it was to coach against him and what an honor it was to play against his team and I'm just glad that he's given my team and my coaching staff that opportunity," Hasson told SNY.tv.

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Oregon State freshman guard Hallice Cooke said President Obama gave him some basketball advice Saturday in the Oval Office.

"At the White House, President Obama told me to rain down some jumpers," Cooke told SNY.tv after Oregon State beat Maryland 90-83 Sunday at the Comcast Center. "So I was glad I could hit one for him."

Cooke made one 3-pointer for his only points of the game and Devon Collier went off for 29 points and 11 rebounds as the two former St. Anthony players won in front of the President and the First Family. Senior guard Roberto Nelson led Oregon State with 31 points.

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JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- Back in the spring, rumors were flying that Bob Hurley Sr. might be in the mix to take over the unsteady Rutgers situation following Mike Rice's scandal-ridden departure, at least on a temporary basis.

The Associated Press even ran a story stoking the flames, with a headline indicating that Hurley would "consider taking Rutgers head coach as a caretaker."

Hurley quickly corrected the record, and Rutgers flirted with hiring Dan Hurley, Bob's son, before eventually hiring Eddie Jordan, who was in the St. Anthony gym on Monday recruiting.

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By JOSH VERLIN

Special to ZAGSBLOG

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa.-- It?s tough to ignore an athletic 6-foot-6, 176-pound wing who can knock down the 3-pointer, and even tougher not to notice when that wing plays for Naismith Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley at St. Anthony.

Though he?s mostly played on the junior varsity level up to this point, Markis McDuffie figures to be part of the next wave of high-level Division I players to come out of the New Jersey powerhouse.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Kyle Anderson Jr. "does not have plans" to enter the NBA Draft and will return to UCLA for his sophomore season, his father said Friday.

"Kyle does not have plans to declare on April 10 as an underclassmen and at this time is returning to UCLA," Kyle Anderson Sr. told SNY.tv in a text message sent to several outlets.

The former St. Anthony star is not on any NBA Draft boards, and at least one veteran NBA scout believes he is making the right move.

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When Tyler Roberson left Union (N.J.) High School two years ago for Roselle Catholic, he might never have imagined he would be where he is today.

The Syracuse-bound Roberson and Roselle Catholic (22-5) are one victory away from the New Jersey Non-Public B state championship.

The only thing standing in their way?

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EDITOR'S NOTE:?Due to the weather, Huntington Prep will not be playing in this weekend's PrimeTime Shootout at Roselle (N.J.) Catholic.

Much of the talk in New Jersey high school basketball circles in recent weeks has centered around traditional powers St. Anthony and St. Benedict's Prep.

Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley and St. Anthony won 83 games in a row before coach Mark Taylor and St. Benedict's ended that streak last Friday at the Prudential Center.

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After ending St. Anthony's 83-game winning streak in dramatic fashion Friday night, St. Benedict's Prep could have easily suffered a letdown 24 hours later.

The Gray Bees (20-1), ranked No. 5 in the USA Today poll, had to turn around and play Cape Henry Collegiate (Va.) on Saturday in Atlantic City.

But they didn't stumble and instead handled Cape Henry, 78-58, behind 20 points from sophomore guard Isaiah Briscoe, 19 points and 13 rebounds from Pitt-bound forward Mike Young and 19 points from Syracuse-bound point guard Tyler Ennis.

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NEWARK -- The streak is over.

In the unofficial New Jersey state championship game, Syracuse-bound point guard Tyler Ennis scored 14 points and Pitt-bound forward Mike Young had 13 as St. Benedict's Prep ended St. Anthony's 83-game winning streak, 47-38, in the Newark National Invitational at ?the Prudential Center before a crowd of 4,349.

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The calendar says the New Jersey state basketball tournament won?t culminate until March 19 at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, N.J.

But for all intents and purposes, the state championship will take place Friday night sometime after 8 p.m. at the Prudential Center in Newark.

Hall of Fame coach?Bob Hurley?and St. Anthony (18-0) will carry an 83-game winning streak dating to March 2010 into a showdown with St. Benedict?s Prep (18-1), which?had also been unbeaten before stumbling Wednesday night at Blair.

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St. Benedict's won't be undefeated when they head into Friday's monster showdown with St. Anthony at The Prudential Center.

Blair Academy stunned the previously unbeaten Gray Bees, 54-52, Wednesday night on a game-winning 3-pointer by junior Mike Silverthorn with 4 seconds remaining in a game played at Blair.

"It's certainly one of the biggest wins in our program's history," Blair coach Joe Mantegna told SNY.tv by phone.

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Former St. Anthony stars Mike Rosario, Jio Fontan and Chris Gaston were all chosen among the Top 10 picks Wednesday in the draft for the Baloncesto Superior Nacional de Puerto Rico, the Puerto Rican professional league, the oldest professional basketball league in the world.

Rosario, a senior shooting guard at Florida, was the No. 3 pick behind Renaldo Balkman and former Nebraska big man?Brian Jorge Diaz.

Fontan, a senior point guard at USC, went No. 8 and Gaston, a senior forward at Fordham, went No. 9. Rosario and Gaston were both chosen by the Ponce Lions, while Fontan went to San German.

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NEW YORK -- There are times when Hallice Cooke looks passive as a basketball player, and other times when?he can be a very dangerous man from long range.

Fortunately for St. Anthony, Cooke got into a groove at just the right time.

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Here's my TV hit from Friday in which I went out on a limb, ahem, and picked St. Anthony to win the SNY Invitational.

Temple-bound Josh Brown and the Friars take their 80-game winning streak into today's 4 p.m. championship game against UConn-bound forward Kentan Facey and Long Island Lutheran.

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NEW YORK -- When Josh Brown first arrived at St. Anthony High School three years ago, he had never played point guard.

"He didn't play the position until the end of sophomore year," Hall of Fame St. Anthony coach Bob Hurley told SNY.tv.

"We said to the AAU guys, 'Try to start playing him at that position. We think ultimately that's going to be where he's going to play in college.'"

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Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley and St. Anthony will take a 79-game winning streak into this weekend's SNY Invitational at City College.

The Friars (14-0) won the SNY event in 2011.

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Forty-eight hours after a 17-year-old boy was shot and killed following a high school basketball game in Chicago, games were cancelled in Paterson, N.J., Friday night because of the threat of a gang-related shooting.

A source with direct knowledge said the Englewood and Paterson Police Depts. were in touch about a "possible incident in the game tonight" at Paterson Kennedy High School.

Dwight Morrow of Englewood beat Lakeland in the first game.

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At 15-0, Newark (N.J.) St. Benedict's Prep hasn't lost a game so far this year.

Neither has Jersey City (N.J.) St. Anthony, which is 11-0 and counting.

In fact, Bob Hurley's club hasn't lost a game since March 2010, a winning streak that is now running at 76 games over the last two-plus seasons.

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Temple-bound guard Josh Brown scored a career-high 20 points as St. Anthony set a modern-day New Jersey record with its 67th straight win Thursday night.

Bob Hurley's Friars defeated Newark Central, 73-33, to improve to 2-0 on the season.

"I don't look in that locker room and see a lot of the 67-game winning streak," Hurley told Mike Kinney of MSGVarsity.com. "Yes, it happened, but we're in the now. And the now needs to get a lot better."

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WEST ORANGE, N.J. -- When your name is Bob Hurley and your program is called St. Anthony, it seems that every year brings another milestone.

This year is no exception.

Having won their 66th consecutive game Sunday with a 64-28 victory over Neptune at the?Tip-Off Hoop Group Showcase, the Friars will now seek to set a modern-day New Jersey record of 67 straight wins when they play Newark Central Thursday night.

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NEW YORK -- Oregon State junior forward?Devon Collier chose to travel all the way out West from his home in The Bronx for college.

The upside is he ?enjoys Oregon State and is playing on the big stage of the Pac-12.

The downside is that he's some 3,000 miles away from his 4-year-old daughter,?Jaliyah.

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Hall of Fame St. Anthony coach Bob Hurley said he hopes UCLA freshman Kyle Anderson is cleared by the NCAA and ?is able to compete this season.

The 6-foot-9 Anderson led St. Anthony to back-to-back New Jersey Tournament of Champions titles and a 65-0 record in his two seasons at the school. Among other things, the NCAA is looking into Anderson's relationship with NBA agent Thad Foucher, who has a preexisting relationship with Kyle Anderson Sr. from their AAU days.

"I read about it, kind of read as much as I could about it and hope that it all gets resolved quickly because we're going to try to see him over the Barclays Center in a few weeks [when UCLA plays in the Legends Classic Nov. 19-20]," Hurley told SNY.tv Thursday.

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PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- As Mike Rosario heads into his senior season at Florida, his former and current coach share one thing in common.

They both want to see the vastly talented shooting guard from Jersey City, N.J., realize his potential.

"One of the most frustrating things in life is when someone with potential doesn't reach their potential," Hall of Fame St. Anthony coach Bob Hurley told SNY.tv at the Brayden Carr Foundation Clinic at Rutgers.

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Hallice Cooke liked his visit to Oregon State so much he verbally committed while there.

The 6-foot-3, 175-pound St. Anthony shooting guard pulled the trigger Monday, choosing the Beavers over St. Joe's, Richmond and Xavier.

"I'm excited to announce that I will be heading West to attend Oregon State University," Cooke?told SNY.tv. "It is a perfect fit for me and I look forward to playing against great competition in the Pac-12.?

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Hallice Cooke,?one of the top shooting guards in the Class of 2013 out of the Sports U AAU program and two-time defending New Jersey Tournament of Champions winner St. Anthony, will be contributing periodically to?ZAGSBLOG?entering his senior season. Here?s his fourth entry:

How's it going, basketball world?

As school approaches I've spent the last couple of weeks relaxing and spending time with my family. I've had a great summer playing basketball. I finished up playing basketball in Boston and in the Poconos. Boston was great. I spent two days with several NBA players: John Wall, Jason Terry, Jameer Nelson, Ramon Sessions, Maalik Wayns, Isaiah Thomas, and Dionte Christmas. It was a great way to end my summer, I learned a lot from the pros and got to see where my game is.

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St. Anthony senior guard Josh Brown plans to announce his college choice Monday on SNY.tv.

Brown will choose from among Temple, Penn State, Rhode Island and Providence.

The 6-foot-2 Brown decommitted from Temple in June but is still considering the Owls.

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