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Friday, March 21, 2014

Stephens commits to Tigers

For The Trentonian/JOHN BLAINE

Former Pennington standout Myles Stephens, currently playing for St. Andrew’s School in Delaware, has committed to play his college basketball for the Princeton Tigers. He’ll graduate high school in 2015.

As a sophomore, the 6-foot-4 Stephens helped lead the Red Raiders to the 2013 NJISAA Prep B state championship, beating current Miami Hurricane Davon Reed and Princeton Day in the final.

Considered a two-star prospect by ESPN, Stephens was highly coveted by a host of Patriot and Ivy League schools. He also drew some interest from high majors, most notably getting a scholarship offer from Seton Hall.

Stephens is Princeton’s first major signing for its 2015 class. Its 2014 class is well regarded, with two three-star prospects in 6-10 Alec Brennan and 6-3 East Brunswick point guard Amir Bell. Forwards Jackson Forbes and Mike Leblanc and point guard Aaron Young round out the class.


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