Big East Gets Three
The Big East garnered three more verbals over the weekend. The best of the lot is Omari Israel, a 6'7" small forward who will be going to South Bend. The Irish beat UVA, WVU, PSU and Rhody. Providence picked up Niagra Falls combo forward Jeff Parmer who selected the Friars over WVU, St. Bonnies and St. Joes. Finally, Virginia Tech got insider Coleman Collins from Atlanta area, Chamblee High School, Georgia. Collins picked the Hokies over Charleston, Davidson, Furman and Rice. Tech also picked up Deonte Smith a 6'8" insider for this year as a walk-on. Smith from Petersburg, Virginia, attended Mount Zion Academy.
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