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Boys' basketball: Westchester guard postpones college decision

Westchester guard Dominique O'Connor said in a text message Monday that he will hold off making his college choice until he takes his official recruiting visits.

O'Connor was supposed to announce his college pick on Monday, when he celebrated his 18th birthday.

San Francisco and Fresno State have been his leaders.

"He's leaning toward USF, and if he enjoys the visit, he'll go there," Coach Ed Azzam said.

-- Eric Sondheimer

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USF Dons Fan

Nice post OC Trojan. I hope more Pac-10 teams schedule more games against the WCC. Pac-10 teams, like Cal, hate on the mid-majors for taking tournament spots. Why don't they just agree to play more games against WCC schools like St. Mary's or USF and prove they are better?

OC Trojan

San Francisco almost beat my Trojans at the Galen Center earlier in the season. With Lowhorn, and the addiition, of Perris Blackwell (Etiwanda) and O'Connor (Westchester) they can make some noise in the WCC.



Frisco Kid says:

USF will be the team to watch...that's hilarious. If you overachieve next year, you might surpass Pepperdine and get out of the conference cellar.

You will be looking up at Gonzaga, St.Marys, and maybe even Portland for some time to come...

I do enjoy the games we have played with your school in the past, and hope USF does surpass Pepperdine and maybe a few other schools in the next couple of years.


O'Connor would look very nice in green and gold. If he joins the Dons, USF will definitely be the team to watch next season. They have a solid foundation to build upon and O'Connor is definitely the missing piece. O'Connor and incoming Freshman Perris Blackwell out of Etiwanda, would round out a solid recruiting class for the Dons.


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