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June 2013

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uva recruiting Cavaliers Get The Point With 2013 Hoops Class By Jacey Zembal Hall and Perrantes enjoyed decorated senior Virginia will be looking for an instant impact campaigns at the respective schools. from class of 2013 signees London Perrantes and The 6-5, 200-pound Hall was named first-team Devon Hall, who are both three-star All-Tidewater Conference and won the league's point guards. Player of the Year award his Perrantes and Hall both senior season after averagsigned during the Noing 12.0 points, 8.0 assists vember signing period and 7.0 rebounds per game. and know they each have Virginia Beach Cape Henry a chance at replacing deCollegiate won the Tidewaparted fourth-year Jontel ter Conference regular-seaEvans next winter. son and tournament titles. Recruiting analyst Rob The 6-0, 170-pound PerHarrington of Prep Stars rantes was named the Missaid the Cavaliers recruitsion League and Division ing class deserves recogniIV Player of the Year aftion due to filling specific ter a great senior season at roster needs. Rising redEncino (Calif.) Crespi. Pershirt second-year Teven rantes averaged 19.7 points Jones is the only returning and 5.8 assists per game, point guard on the roster. and earned a spot on the "I think Perrantes is Los Angeles Times all-area more of a true playmaker, squad. and thus I believe he will Defense usually dicopen his career more likely Virginia Beach (Va.) Cape Henry Colle- tates how well an incomto start than Hall, who's a giate standout Devon Hall is rated as the ing freshman handles the natural combo guard," Har- nation's No. 28 point guard and No. 122 adjustment to the ACC. overall player by rington said. "Jones will photo courtesy The league won't have an receive an opportunity, too, abundance of proven point but the freshmen will enjoy a relatively open situguards next year, with Duke rising third-year ation compared with other ACC programs." Quinn Cook and Notre Dame fourth-year Eric The two point guards bring different skill sets Atkins perhaps the most proven. to the position, but both earned national recogni"Hall's height at 6-5 helps him defend multiple tion in various rankings. listed Hall as positions on the floor, even though he's a one," the No. 122 overall player in the country in the's Matthew Hatfield said. "If class of 2013, while Perrantes is No. 96 overall in you have to put him on a two for a few's rankings. sions, he can do it. He doesn't mind checking

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