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"Antwi is the ultimate lead guard," Rutgers coach Gary Waters said in a statement released by the university. "He's a leader and a winner. While he is a young man who can obviously score, he is also a terrific passer and ball-handler, and has the potential to be a standout defender in our system.
The Trentonian

His first name translated in African dialect means "leader," a good sign for a Rutgers men's basketball program in dire need of direction in the backcourt. Antwi Atuahene, a 6-4, 190-pound point guard from Toronto's Henry Carr High School, signed a national letter of intent to attend Rutgers, Scarlet Knights' coach Gary Waters announced Tuesday.
College basketball: Rutgers signs Atuahene - Courier News

 

More Fear and Loathing in Miami

Miami prefers to remain in the Big East but would consider joining the Atlantic Coast Conference if Syracuse or Boston College do, sources told the Miami Herald. Miami's main concern is being left in a weakened Big East, particularly in football. The league has eight football schools (UConn is scheduled to replace Temple in 2005) and losing even one to the ACC would cause the Hurricanes to look at following, a Big East source told the Herald.
ctnow.com: COLLEGE SPORTS

 

Baseball

DAYTONA BEACH -- Three arms are better than one.
Even if the one is a highly regarded high-priced arm belonging to a first-round draft pick.
St. Lucie pitchers Tyler Yates, Blake McGinley and Raphael Lopez outdueled Daytona's Bobby Brownlie on Monday night in Brownlie's professional debut.
Orlando Roman also pitched for the Mets, but he let the Cubs back into the contest by allowing two hits and walking three in the ninth inning. The Mets won 6-3.
Daytona Cubs Baseball - www.daytonacubs.com - News

 

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"ESPN's mock draft had L.J. Smith go to the Eagles in the first round
with the 30th pick. Len Pasqaurelli, ESPN.com senior NFL writer states,
'Arguably the best receiver among the tight end prospects. The Eagles
are looking to control the middle of the field much better with their
passing game."

 

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