Anyaorah Commits To Big 12 School

Ebuka Anyaorah became a hot commodity this high school season and he road that to a handful of high major offers. On Wednesday he ended his recruitment.

Ebuka Anyaorah's original plan was to take a few more official visits before he came up with his collegiate decision, but on Wednesday word trickled out that the 6-foot-4, 170-pound shooting guard had made his pick.

"He's going to Colorado," Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinnett coach Len Garner said. "He thinks that's the best place for him as far as opportunity to play."

Anyaorah picked Colorado over a number of other high major schools. Wake Forest was actually scheduled to see him today. Georgia, Georgia Tech, Michigan, Oklahoma, Auburn and Texas A&M were involved as well.

This past season the gifted guard scored 677 points and averaged 26 points and 8.3 rebounds per game. He scored 1,459 points during his career at North Gwinnett.

Colorado now has five commitments in their 2008 class. Anyaorah joins Trey Eckloff, Toby Veal, Austin Dufault, and Nate Tomlinson.

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