Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Kuran Iverson commits to Memphis
By Brendan Hall
Windsor, Conn., native Kuran Iverson, the nation's No. 27 overall senior, committed to Memphis on Tuesday morning.
Windsor, Conn. native Kuran Iverson gave a verbal commitment to the University of Memphis this morning for the 2013-14 season, his high school coach Ed Huckaby confirmed with ESPN.com this morning.
The 6-foot-8 Iverson is the No. 27 overall player, and No. 6 overall small forward, in the ESPNU 100 for the Class of 2013. Two summers ago, he was ranked as high as No. 3 overall in the class nationally.
Iverson starred the last three seasons at West Hartford, Conn. powerhouse Northwest Catholic. Last season, the lineup featured Iverson and point guard Zack Lewis, who committed to Hofstra in April. Iverson transferred to Fishburne (Va.) Military School over the summer, and is expected to finish his high school career on the Waynesboro, Va., campus.