Brooklyn point guard Terrence Samuel commits to UConn

UConn landed its second 2013 commitment Sunday night when Terrence Samuel decided to add his name to the list of New York City point guards that have headed to Storrs. A well-built 6-foot-3, 195
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Reggie Cameron cuts list, keeps UConn

New Jersey small forward Reggie Cameron, one of the Northeast’s top 3-point shooters, cut his list to seven Thursday afternoon. UConn, which offered Cameron in late June, remains under consideration.
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Report: Wes Clark commits to Missouri

Less than a week after Wes Clark cut his college list to six, the 2013 point guard made up his mind: He’s headed to Missouri, according to ESPN recruiting analyst Dave Telep. Considered one of the top
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Notes/Quotes from Gampel: “It probably won’t fully heal for anywhere between 5-6 weeks.”

Jim Calhoun stopped by Gampel Pavilion Tuesday  to watch his big three — Shabazz Napier, Ryan Boatright and Omar Calhoun — work out with assistant coach Kevin Ollie. Nearly a month removed from hip
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UConn makes cut for Rathan Mayes, Clark

Two guards in the class of 2013 — Xavier Rathan Mayes and Wes Clark — trimmed their respective college lists Friday, and UConn made the cut for both. Rathan Mayes, a 6-foot-4 scoring guard from
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Words with Warde: No change on coach in waiting

I spoke with UConn athletic director Warde Manuel this morning in regards to a football piece that will appear in Hearst Newspapers Sunday. Of course, we also touched on basketball, and Manuel said
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Recruiting Roundup: Class of 2014

UConn has reeled in its first 2013 commit — 6-foot-9 shotblocker Kentan Facey — and the Huskies could sign up to four more players in the class. They’ll have a few openings for 2014, as well. 
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Recruiting Spotlight: E.C. Matthews

Just a few weeks after UConn established contact with 2013 combo guard E.C. Matthews, the Romulus, Mich. native made the trip to Storrs. And he was joined by his high school and AAU teammate, point
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