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Sunday, January 25, 2009


Mount Vernon unsigned senior G/F has a variety of schools looking

January 25, 2009

Sherrod Wright cemented his place as the NYC-area's top unsigned 2009 college prospect by scoring 60 points over the two games in leading Mount Vernon to the SNY Invitational title this past weekend at NYU.

Wright, the events MVP, took time-out after his 32-point performance in the opening night win Friday to update NBE on his current recruiting situation.

“Everything is coming along, I’m getting a couple new schools here and there,” he explained to NBE on Friday. “I don’t have a top four or anything, there’s new colleges coming in I can’t even cut down. Big East, ACC, Big Ten.”

Wright listed Providence as a school that’s been in active pursuit of him and his high school coach, Bob Cimmino told ZagsBlog that Oklahoma State and South Carolina are highly involved.

“Those are the two leaders right now,” Cimmino told Zags.

However, it looks like more schools will take a look between now and the April signing period. One Big East school stopped in earlier last week.

Seton Hall just came down to the gym the other night actually," Wright informed NBE. "St. John’s is here and there. I’m not even sure yet, I’m just trying to see what’s going to be the best fit for me.”



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