College Basketball Early Signing Period


The University of Texas Longhorns and Iowa State Cyclones each saw four recruits faxing in their letters of intent on the first day of the early signing period. With the biggest 'get' thus far being the #2 point guard in the class, Myck Kabongo from Findlay Prep in Hnederson, NV going to the Horns. Kabongo will play under Rick Barnes in Austin next season.

Findlay Prep is the same basketball powerhouse that produced future Horns Avery Bradley, Tristan Thompson and Cory Joseph.

A total of four Big 12 schools received LOIs on the first day of the early signing period.

More high school senior are expected to pledge to play at Big 12 schools as the early signing period rolls on through November 17.

See all the signings after The Jump

(Pos) (Pos Rank) (Name) (Hometown)

Iowa State Cyclones

PG    NR      Tavon Sledge Dix Hills, NY
SG    NR      Tyrus McGee Arkansas City, KS (JC)
PG    NR      Anthony Odunsi Richmond, TX
SF     NR      Elgin Cook Milwaukee, WI

Kansas Jayhawks

PG     17       Naadir Tharpe Wolfeboro, NH

Texas Longhorns

PG     2         Myck Kabongo Henderson, NV
PF     16       Jonathan Holmes San Antonio, TX
SG     23      Julien Lewis La Marque, TX
SG     12      Sheldon McClellan Bellaire, TX

Texas A&M Aggies

SG     37       Jordan Green Flower Mound, TX
PG     8         Jamal Branch Humble, TX

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