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'11 MN SF Jonah Travis (Verbal to Harvard)

Discussion in 'University of Colorado Recruiting Archive - Basket' started by Sexton Hardcastle, Jul 3, 2009.

  1. Sexton Hardcastle

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    De La Salle HS (Minneapolis, MN)

    AAU: Minnesota Pump N Run

    Ht: 6-foot-5
    Wt: 195 lbs

    Rivals rating: 3*; NR SF
    Scout rating: 2*; NR PF
    ESPN rating: 3*-90 grade; #51 SF

    Reported Offers: Boise State, Cal-Poly, Cornell, Harvard, Lafayette, Loyola (IL), Miami (OH), Milwaukee, Northeastern, Northern Colorado, Northern Illinois, Princeton, Toledo, Tulane, Wofford
     
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    Re: '11 MN SF Jonah Travis

    He was in Boulder last weekend for CU's basketball camp. Didn't really say much other than what he ate. :lol:
     
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    Re: '11 MN SF Jonah Travis

    Ringo posted on Scout about a conversation he had with Bzdelik on 2010 recruiting position targets... and linked the Scout profile of Travis in his post. I think it's safe to read between the lines here and say that we're really high on Travis for the 2011 class.
     
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    Offers from Northern Illinois, Milwaukee and Wofford so far.
     
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    Travis has committed to Harvard. Harvard and Princeton were his final two.
     

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