Shooting Guard Verbals to Cal State Fullerton

Cal State Fullerton adds another player to the 2005-06 roster as Mike Danielian from Grant High School has given a verbal to play for the Titans.

Mike Danielian, a 6-2 shooting guard from Grant High School (Van Nuys, CA), has given a verbal commitment to attend Cal State Fullerton according to Grant head coach Howard Levine.

Danielian, who is a two-time All-City (Los Angeles) player, lead the Southland in scoring with 30.4 points per game. He averaged 21.0 points per game as a junior.

"He was the best pure shooter in Southern California," said Levine, "In fact he is the best shooter ever at Grant High School and that includes (Gilbert) Arenas." Arenas is currently a member of the Washington Wizards in the NBA.

Danielian will enter Cal State Fullerton as a freshman and will have four years of eligibility.