Pitt Basketball: Aaron Pogue Update

The University of Pittsburgh basketball program will need to add a slew of big men to their roster after the departure of center Aaron Gray and power forward Levon Kendall. Pitt Head Coach Jamie Dixon and staff will soon host a massive big man from the state of Ohio. Read on for details.
September 5, 2006

Antigua pursues mammoth big man

The University of Pittsburgh basketball program will need to add a slew of big men to their roster after the departure of center Aaron Gray and power forward Levon Kendall. It appears that Pitt Head Basketball Coach Jamie Dixon is in hot pursuit of a massive center from Connecticut. Read on for details
August 20, 2006

Local Recruit Knows How To Win

One of Ohio's top big men knows one thing, winning. Aaron Pogue, a 6'9 290 power forward from Dayton Dunbar high school has won a lot the last few years. He played for the Indy Heat last year, The Dayton Dunbar Wolverines this past winter, and played for both the Indy Heat and the D-1 Greyhounds this summer. The one thing that has stayed constant is that his teams win.
August 14, 2006

Could Pogue Have A Future In Football?

Could Ohio's top offensive line prospect be a basketball player? It's quite possible as Dayton Dunbar's Aaron Pogue is starting to receive interest from major football programs. Read on for more.
April 21, 2006

2006 Division II Championship Highlights

In leading Dayton Dunbar to the 2006 Division II state basketball championship, Ohio State signee Daequan Cook put on quite a performance. His showing in the state championships excited the crowd with an array of powerhouse dunks. We have several clips of the action from the Division II games for you today, courtesy Ohio News Network. These clips feature Cook as well as his teammate, Aaron Pogue, who is also a Division I prospect.
April 12, 2006

ELDRIDGE: Pogue has Two Favorites

The D-1 Greyhounds is the AAU home of some very high profile players. All world point guard OJ Mayo, and super athletic swing man Bill Walker lead the charge for the Greyhounds.
April 10, 2006