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 SNY.tv. “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.”
SNY.tv broke the news. Read the full story here.
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