With that be said, I be attending Saint John’s University in New York to finish my basketball career. God bless yall — Ron Mvouika (@Nitodreamchaser) April 21, 2015Mvouika had a back injury last season and played in just two games at Missouri State. “He is good,” one coach who knows him told SNY.tv. “He can play the point guard at 6-6. He can play the 1-3 and defend all three spots. He’s a versatile player and a good pickup. He’s not a pro but better than what they can get out of high school right now.” He joins an incoming class of 6-8 forward Darien Williams, 6-11 big man Yankuba Sima and 6-11 Tariq Owens, who must sit a year after transferring from Tennessee. After losing Louisiana guard Brandon Sampson to LSU on Monday, St. John’s is still waiting on Cheick Diallo. DE LA ROSAS TO TRANSFER Adonis De La Rosa, St. John’s 7-foot freshman, and Joey De La Rosa, a 6-11 senior, will both transfer, a source told SNY.tv.
Making my college decision soon — Malik Ellison (@likellison13) April 22, 2015