|Friday, November 7
Center/forward Burgess selects Cougars
By Bill Hodge
Top 100 center/forward David Burgess of Irvine-Woodbridge, Cal., has chosen BYU over Gonzaga. Burgess, whose brother Chris played for Duke and Utah, had earlier considered Louisville, Florida and UCLA. The Cougars recently gained center/forward Chris Miles of Provo-Timpview, Utah, over Gonzaga, Utah State and Utah; and guard Lee Cummard of Mesa, Ariz., over Arizona State and UCLA.
Top 100 guard Albert Weber of Durham-Mt. Zion Academy, NC., who reopened his recruiting after committing to Alabama, is considering UConn, Arkansas, the Tide and Oklahoma.
Ramel Bradley, a Top 100 guard from Brooklyn-Park West, NY/Mt. Zion Academy, Va/Bradenton-IMG Academy, Fla., who denies reports of a verbal to Kentucky, is also considering Boston College, Georgia, Clemson and Miami-Florida.
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