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After first declaring the talented UCLA freshman ineligible to play in college, the NCAA reviewed an appeal by the university and has now cleared Shabazz Muhammad to play at the collegiate level. The L.A. Times is reporting that there are conditions, including payback of $1,600 worth of impermissible benefits as well as several games he will have to sit out before he can join the team on the floor.
NC State continues their solid recruiting run over the past two years with their latest commitment, BeeJay Anya (C, 6’8″, 2013), who selected the Pack on Friday as the early signing period continues to roll along with more commits. Anya is a solid post player with physical presence, and he will add rebounding and strength in the frontcourt.
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Kennedy Meeks, one of the top centers in the nation, chose to play his college basketball at North Carolina, announced last night on ESPNU’s Signing Day special. Meeks a solid rebounder with the best hands for a big man in high school right now. Meeks chose the Tar Heels over Georgetown.