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Jermaine Sanders to Cincinnati

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Jermaine Sanders told everyone in the college basketball world that he planned on signing late.

But one school kept recruiting him anyway.

Now Sanders has committed to that school and his recruitment is over with.

“I chose Cincinnati because I felt that was the right fit,” he said in breaking the news to “It was the school I knew I was going to play immediately as soon as I go there. I felt comfortable with the coaching staff, [assistant] coach [Darren] Savino and [head] coach [Mick] Cronin.” broke the news. Read the full story here.

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Adam Zagoria is a New York Times contributor and Basketball Insider who covers basketball at all levels. He is the author of two books and is an award-winning journalist whose articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Sports Illustrated, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide. A veteran Ultimate Frisbee player, he has competed in numerous National and World Championships and, perhaps more importantly, his teams won the Westchester Summer League (WSL) championships in 2011 and 2013. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and children.

  • Well it seems Eddy spent all of his money and free time on completely covering his body with tattoos.
    At least he’s diligent with something because it doesn’t seem to be basketball.

  • AZ,

    So, what will the NCAA do in the Eric Bledsoe grade changing situation.

    The NCAA must do something.

    They found no creditability in that Eric deserved the higher grade.

    The NCAA can not walk away… the ncaa needs to put their neck out. All those grade changes were known by kentucky? YES or no.

    Time for the NCAA – to get a back bone.

  • Mitch wanted this matter closed.
    So desperate….



    Bledsoe’s high school coach, Maurice Ford, paid the rent at the home that Bledsoe and his mother, Maureen Reddick, lived in during Bledsoe’s senior year in high school.

    Bledsoe transferred to Parker High School after the school he attended for three years, Hayes High, closed.

    The transfer initially caught the attention of the Alabama High School Athletic Association because Bledsoe was moving to a school out of district. The head of the AHSSA said his group plans to look into the reported payments

  • pump and run out of business? dont think so. with ku getting the spotlight treatment from the FBI new things are in the works.

    howland out at ucla, miller in. ucla is an addias school…pump and run is an addias backer. look who they are sending to zona?

    miller is desperate down in zona…need to pal up with AAU power brokers. now going to get the ucla job to keep the new pipeline going.

    AZ….you hearing this?

  • “Despite yet another erroneous report from a national blog, a national recruiting service did not break Jermaine Sanders’ commitment to Cincinnati. did last night. Apparently this blogger has trouble reading a time stamp”

    This is hilarious – Goodman on Fox called out. He (Goodman) is wrong a lot, or just has boring stories that make no sense.