Several "West Virginia University type" players made impressive appearances at the camp. Zane Johnson (#81), a 6-6 205 shooting guard from Phoenix, Arizona, and a Patrick Beilein lookalike, was very steady in his first two games in Teaneck. Displaying a smooth jumper and on-court demeanor, Johnson would be a perfect for the WVU system. Johnson hit for 13 points in his opening game.
Jon Leuer (#134), is a 6-8 perimeter player from Long Lake, Minnesota who had a great opening game for the Kevin Love-led Knicks team. Leuer was 7-for-10 from the field in the opener, including 3-for-3 from beyond the arc. Leuer would certainly project to be a wonderful college player in Coach John Beilein's system.
Look for OJ Mayo to announce his verbal commitment to Southern California on Friday or Saturday afternoon. Rumors are circulating that Bill Walker will announce for Kansas State before camp has ended -- thus separating the two West Virginians for the first time in a long time on the court.
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