According to an informed source Quincy Douby was set to arrive for a visit last evening.Douby was on the way back from War at the Shore in Milford, Delaware, where he received accolades for his performance during the three day tournament. Quincy has signed his LOI and is expected to present it to the Rutgers staff. At The Shore he lit it up from the three and is the HEIR APPARENT designated three point shooter next year. Other stellar performances included former Paterson Catholic reclassified junior Jamal Warren who now is playing for St Thomas More and present Burlington power forward Arnaud Dahi.
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