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The Oklahoma Sooners have added Class 2003 guard Jaison Williams of Aurora, Colo/Southern Idaho CC, Idaho, who played as a freshman for Xavier.
Rutgers has signed Class 2003 guard Antwi Atuahene of Toronto-Henry Carr, Canada, who averaged 34.5 points last season.
Class 2003 7-0 center Bryce Husak of Mt. Vernon, Ia., has signed with Saint Louis. Husak, who was a fall signee with Elon, received a requested release following a coaching change.
Francis Koffi, a Class 2003 forward from Paris, France/Cowley County CC, Kan., signed with Fresno State.
Class 2003 forward Tommie Eddie of Brookyn, NY/Coffeyville CC, Kan., is headed to Mississippi over interest from Southern Illinois and Tulsa.
Class 2003 forward Dramane Diarra of Paris, France/Cloud County CC, Kan., signed with Kansas State.
Lousiana Tech has signed Class 2003 guards JueMichael Young of Hammond, La/LSU/Chipola CC, Fla; and Fred Marshall of New Orleans, La/Coffeyville CC, Kan.
Southern Illinois signed Class 2003 forward LaMar Owen of Owensboro, Kty/Southeastern Illinois CC, Ill.
George Washington signed Class 2003 forward/guard J.R. Pinnock of Atlanta, Ga/Virginia Beach-Coastal Christian, Va., who had earlier decommitted from Wichita State.
Class 2003 forward Anthony King of Durham-Southern, NC., signed with Miami-Florida.
2003 McDonald's All-American Game
LeBron James scored 27 points in leading the East over the West, 122-107, in the 26th annual McDonald's All-American high school basketball game in Cleveland, Ohio. McDonald's All-American Game stories/Rosters for 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000.
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Arizona, Duke, Maryland, Illinois and Kansas lead the Early 2003 Top Classes.
Remaining uncommitted Top 100 Prospects (6): C-Darryl Watkins; F-Linas Kleiza; G/F-LeBron James (probable NBA); C-James Lang (Decommitted Louisville/possible NBA). F-Mohamed Abukar (Released by Georgia): C-Shagari Alleyne (Decommited Rutgers).
Remaining committed/unsigned Top 100 Prospects (3): C-Jackie Butler (Mississippi State); F-Marquis Kately (California); F-Charlie Villanueva (Illinois/possible NBA).
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*McDonald's All-American Game stories/Rosters for 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000
*USA Men's Junior National Team.
*The NBA selected only one high school and a single junior college prospect during the 2002 draft: Center/forward Amare Stoudemire of Orlando-Cypress Creek, Fla., was taken 9th in the first round by Phoenix, while Portland took forward Qyntel Woods of Northeast Mississippi CC, Miss., at No. 21 in the first round. The NBA passed on three other high school/prep school prospects and seven JC players (List).
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