UNH Signs Three

New Hampshire added a trio of recruits this signing period. Phil Rowe's bunch acquired signatures from a pair of junior college players and a high school guard.

Three Sign With UNH

New Hampshire signed three players during the early signing period to national letters of intent. Wingman Alray Taylor, forward Damione Liddell and forward Craig Walls each penned letters.

Taylor, currently at Bridgton Academy, was part of a highly successful run of state titles at Charlestown in Massachusetts. He was the MVP of the Boston City League finals a year ago.

Liddell averaged 11 points and 6 rebounds a game last season, his first juco year. He's originally from Nebraska and was his team's leading rebounder last season despite missing the first 8 games of the season.

Walls is a juco teammate of Liddell this year. He was part of a Minnesota state championship team as a high schooler when he averaged 16 points and 8 rebounds.

"We are very excited to know we have three very talented young men joining our program next season," coach Phil Rowe said. Rowe was quick to credit assistants Billy Cumplido, Cory McClure and Jim Woods for a job well done.

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