Saint Louis has pledged Class 2003
center/forward Tom Frericks of Bowling
Green-Greenwood, Kty/UAB/Chipola CC, Fla.
Mississippi pledged Class 2003 guard Ed Glass of St. Louis,
Mo/Kaskaskia CC, Ill.
Class 2003 guard Darius Harper of
Lewisville-Hebron, Tex., pledged to Boise State. He is the son of former
NBA star Derek Harper.
Sophomores Mickey Michalec, a center from
Skiatook, Okla; and guard Nathan Doudney of Rockwall,
Tex., are transfering from Texas Tech.
Junior starting guard and leading scorer Sharif Chambliss of Racine,
Wis., is transfering from Penn State to Wisconsin. He will redshirt next season.
Reserve freshman guard Bam Harmon of The Colony, Tex.,
has been granted his requested release from Rhode Island.
Idaho State has a commitment from Class
2003 guard Jeff Gardner of Snow CC, Utah.
Class 2003 guard Jeff Martini of Sheridan CC ,
Wyo., pledged to Southern Utah.
Cornell pledged Class 2003 guard Will Scott of New
York-Collegiate School, NY.
Class 2003 guard Edwin Buffmire of
Scottsdale-Saguaro, Ariz., chose Princeton.
Albany has a commitment from Class 2003
forward P.J. Mills of Trinity Valley
Class 2003 guard Antonio Chatman of New Hampton,
NH., pledged to Hartford.
Southwest Texas State pledged Class
2003 forward John Millsap of Navarro CC,
Class 2003 guard Cori Boston of Northfield-Mount
Herman, Mass., picked Northeastern.
Class 2003 guard Shane Nichols of Radford,
Va/Notre Dame Prep, Mass., chose St. Peter's.
Class 2003 guard Moses Sonko of Bridgton
Academy, Me., pledged to Coastal Carolina.
Class 2003 forward Cameron Lollar of Notheast CC,
Neb., chose Louisiana-Monroe.
2003 Parade All-America Boys Basketball Team
LeBron James heads roster.
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,
Over 775 Class 2003 prospects have made commitments or signed scholarship papers. Signings and
commitments by conferences. The early period ran Nov. 13-20 and the
period is Apr. 16-May 15.
Arizona, Duke, Maryland, Illinois and Kansas lead the Early 2003
Remaining uncommitted Top 100 Prospects (4): C-James Lang (decomitted
NBA); C-Darryl Watkins; F-Linas Kleiza; G/F-LeBron James (probable
Remaining committed/unsigned Top 100 Prospects (5): C-Shagari Alleyne (Rutgers);
C-Jackie Butler (Mississippi
State); C-Lamont Hamilton (St.
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*McDonald's All-American Game stories/Rosters for 2003, 2002,
*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
the first round by Phoenix, while Portland took forward Qyntel Woods of Northeast Mississippi CC, Miss., at No. 21 in
first round. The NBA passed on three other high school/prep school
and seven JC players (List).
Bill Hodge is the executive editor and director of recruiting
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