Posted May 13, 2013 on rutgers.scout.com
Rutgers basketball coach Eddie Jordan added a big boost to his backcourt today with the commitment of Nkereuwm Okoro, who will transfer in from Iowa State. With three years of eligibility remaining, Okoro went in-depth with FOXSportsNEXT.com on why Rutgers “was just a perfect fit.”
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