Semaj Inge Makes Decision

Semaj Inge became a popular guy of late. He had plenty of Big East schools knocking on his door, but he opted to go the A-10 route and will make it official on Tuesday afternoon.

When Temple head coach John Chaney watched Semaj Inge a couple weeks ago, he didn't waste any time. He offered the senior guard a scholarship on the spot.

The Woodrow Wilson (N.J.) 6-4, 180-pound combo guard, whose stock has risen rapidly in the past few weeks, will commit to Temple Tuesday afternoon at a news conference.

``I'm going to have a press conference at 3 p.m. and give Temple a verbal," Inge said. "I want the chance to play for a Hall of Fame coach and someone who knows what he's doing. He'll also help make me grow as a person."

Inge played just one season of AAU ball, this past summer with the Dajuan Wagner All-Stars. He is averaging 19 points per game thus far in his junior campaign while playing primarily the point guard spot, but he can also play shooting guard.

Inge, who has a twin brother, James, who is a junior, also considered Georgetown, Penn State, Boston College, West Virginia and Xavier.

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