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D.J. Harvey Commits To Notre Dame

Class of 2017 DeMatha Catholic High School (MD) standout wing D.J. Harvey has committed to play his college basketball for head coach Mike Brey and Notre Dame.

Alabama, Texas and UConn were the other finalists for Harvey, a top 50 prospect nationally.

Harvey competed on the Nike EYBL circuit with Team Takeover.



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2017 Five-Star Jaren Jackson Commits To Michigan State

Class of 2017 La Lumiere School (IN) five-star prospect Jaren Jackson has committed to play his college basketball for head coach Tom Izzo and Michigan State.

Jackson, a 6’10 post, selected Michigan State over his other finalists Notre Dame, Purdue, Xavier and Maryland.

Jackson competed on the Nike EYBL circuit with the Spiece Indy Heat.

Jackson is the first recruit in Michigan State’s 2017 recruiting class.



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2017 IL Wing Justin Smith Down To Four Schools

Class of 2017 Stevenson High School standout Justin Smith has now narrowed down his list of collegiate possibilities to four schools.

Indiana, Xavier, Stanford and Villanova are the final four schools remaining for Smith.

Smith competed on the Nike EYBL circuit with the Mac Irvin Fire.



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Jaren Jackson To Announce College Destination On Thursday

Class of 2017 La Lumiere School (IN) five-star post Jaren Jackson will announce his collegiate destination on Thursday.

Georgetown, Maryland, Michigan State, Notre Dame and Purdue are the finalists for Jackson.



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Mitch McGary Adds Second Suspension For Violating NBA Drug Policy

Oklahoma City Thunder forward Mitch McGary has now been suspended a second time for violating the terms NBA’s anti-drug program.

McGary is a native of Chesterton, Indiana and starred at Chesterton High School ahead of transferring to prep powerhouse Brewster Academy (NH).

McGary was suspended for the first five games of the regular back in July for a drug violation.

He now has a second suspension which will be for an additional 10 games upon completion of the first suspension.

McGary’s suspensions will be served without pay.

McGary was selected by OKC with the 21st overall pick in the first-round of the 2014 NBA draft.

Her primarily played in the D-League with the OKC Blue last year. He averaged 1.3 points and 0.9 rebounds per contest last year after averaging 6.3 points and 5.2 rebounds in 32 games as a rookie.



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