Found May 30, 2013 on College Spun:
Twitter/@LJPeak1 UConn already showed that its residency in the American Athletic Conference will not stop it from maintaining a strong basketball program. The Huskies’ 2014-15 roster already includes North Carolina State transfer Rodney Purvis and Daniel Hamilton, the No. 27 player in the class of 2014. Theys are inching closer to the No. 34 player (ESPN) in that class, as LJ Peak, a 6-foot-5 wing from Chicago, has named UConn as one of his final five schools. My top five(No Order):South Carolina GeorgetownOhio st. Florida st. UCONN — PEAkOò (@LJPeak1) May 30, 2013 Peak’s decision eliminates Clemson, Memphis, North Carolina State, Purdue, Tennessee and Wake Forest from contention. All of those schools had submitted offers to Peak. A teammate of No. 1 prospect Jahlil Okafor at Whitney Young in Chicago, Peak averaged 14.5 points per game this season. ESPN Insider’s scouting report of Peak describes him as a “superior athlete who scores from everywhere on the floor.” Critics say tha...
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