Dreher (Columbia, S.C.) wing Tevin Mack held off more than 10 minutes on making his announcement Thursday afternoon until his grandmother arrived; when she got there Mack thanked his family, coaches and teachers then darted over to a table, snagged a book bag and ran behind the stage curtain.
When he came out he was sporting a Virginia Commonwealth shirt and pledging his allegiance to the Rams.
Mack picked VCU over Connecticut, Clemson, South Carolina and Georgia.
Mack, who is ranked No. 11 among wings in the ESPN 100, is expected to sign shortly after his commitment.
DAVIS MAKES IT OFFICIAL WITH MICHIGAN STATE
It's official Deyonta Davis is a MSU Spartan #GoBigreds— MuskegonBigRedHoops (@HoopsBigReds) November 13, 2014
Muskegon (Muskegon, Mich.) forward Deyonta Davis officially became a member of the Michigan State family Thursday afternoon when he signed his National Letter of Intent at his school.
Davis, who is ranked No. 15 overall in the ESPN 100, is the Spartans highest rated recruit in 2015; he joins Versailles (Versailles, Ohio) wing Kyle Ahrens and Duncanville (Duncanville, Texas) shooting guard Matt McQuaid to form their three-man class thus far.
Findlay Prep’s Allonzo Trier signs with Arizona
Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.) guard Allonzo Trier signed with the University of Arizona on Thursday, Findlay Prep coach Andy Johnson said in a release.
Trier, who played at Montrose Christian (Rockville, Md.), last season, is averaging 31 points, four rebounds, three assists, two steals and is shooting 71% from the floor through two games with the Pilots this season.
Trier, a 6-4 shooting guard, is listed as the No. 17 player in the country according to ESPN.com.
Malik Beasley signs with Florida State
Malik Beasley, a 6-foot-4, 185 pound shooting guard from St. Francis School (Alpharetta, Ga.), signed a national letter of intent to play at Florida State.
Beasley is ranked as the No. 45 player in the Rivals150 for the 2015 class. Beasley verbally committed to the Seminoles in September.
Beasley led St. Francis School to a state title last season averaging 19.1 points, 8.3 rebounds, and 2.4 assists per game
Beasley chose Florida State over several big-name school including UConn and UCLA.
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