Thursday, July 12, 2007

Duquesne Makes Huge Recruiting Statement

  Schenley High School senior guard Deandre Kane, who's been listed between 6-foot-2 and 6-foot-4, has made a verbal commitment to Duquesne University.
  As a junior, Kane helped guide Schenley to the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association's Class AAAA championship. According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Kane "is projected as one of the top players in Pennsylvania for 2007-08."
  Kane was also being recruited by the University of Pittsburgh, the University of Illinois, The Pennsylvania State University, The University of Wisconsin, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, The University of Wyoming, and The University of Toledo.
  It is important to remember that verbal commitments are not binding however. As Kane was quoted in the Post-Gazette, "I didn't fully commit yet; I just gave a verbal commitment." Kane did add though, "I think I can go down there [Duquesne] and help turn things around. I like their facility. They have a law program I like."

(Image: Ron Everhart, Copyright Duquesne University)


Chuck Belisario said...

"They have a law program I like."

Classic quote...Deandre, you mean "They have a Communication and Rhetorical Studies program I like?"

BluffTalk said...

  Haha. Hey, some of us actually put that major to use.

Chuck Belisario said...

The "baddest" (and I mean "baddest" in a good way) Equipment Manager in the history of Duquesne Athletics was /is a Communications and Rhetorical Studies I feel you Bobby...

A little off topic, but are you guys broadcasting on the web again this year for the Football games? With work and the travel involved i'm always out of the radio the blog BTW, really classy(much better than that Bobby Mo one)

BluffTalk said...

  I will be out-of-town during the Dukes football season this year, so I will not be personally involved anymore. But yes, the games will still be on
  Thanks for the kind words.