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Thursday News:

Dare to dream? One of the top centers in the class of 2011 released a list of seven schools he's focusing on. Included alongside Villanova, Ohio State, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Virginia and Wake Forest is Princeton.

A 6'8" senior wing from Georgia has offers from Boston College, Harvard, Penn and Princeton but his coach hopes to drum up interest from Georgia Tech.

Tim Brown of Yahoo! Sports reports that Chris Young will make his return to the Padres as the starter in Saturday's game versus Saint Louis.

Yesterday was the first official chance Craig Robinson had to work with his team. He tells The Oregonian about what he saw.

Bill Carmody will be in California this week to watch a 6'9" prospect work out.

Carmody lauded his team's development while in Italy to the Chicago Tribune.

Dave Blatt is weighing leaving the Russian national team, claims Haaretz.

The John Thompson III Foundation will hold its Fourth Annual JTIII Foundation Community Festival on September 25th.

Finally, the Charleston Classic brackets are set. Georgetown will open against Coastal Carolina in the first of four games on November 18th.

Penn is the last of the eight Ivy schools to unveil their 2010-11 schedule.

R.W. Enoch, Jr. said,

September 17, 2010 @ 6:25 pm

Any clue whether he is legitimately interested in Princeton, or just feels cool dropping an Ivy League name in the media? From the rest of his list, it looks like he's pretty interested in pursuing a quality education outside basketball, and wants to stay relatively near home -- could be a double-bonus for Princeton.

Also... followed the twitter bar to bhazel. Some pretty hilarious tweets from a freshman perspective about moving in and encountering stereotypical Princeton students.

Jon Solomon said,

September 18, 2010 @ 8:34 pm

Previous lists included other Ivy schools and some quotes in articles I've read state that academics are a priority for both Hubert and his family in this decision. I don't think he's doing this just for a coolness factor. We'll know more when he makes his five official visits.

I'll be curious to see if Princeton Athletics ever develops an official "social media policy" for student athletes.

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