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BASKETBALL: List of boys and girls college signees in Detroit

   | Branden Hunter

BASKETBALL: List of boys and girls college signees in Detroit

As usual, the 2013-2014 season was a successful one for many of the top high school basketball programs in the city of Detroit. Frederick Douglass,U-D Jesuit,King girls,Cass Tech, and Southeastern all made deep runs into the state playoffs, while small charter school, Consortium, was able to bring home a Class C state title. The city also saw success off the court, with many of its players being able to continue their basketball careers at the next level, by signing with the college of their choice. And while several student-athletes have already signed on to play in college, this list will be sure to grow, as several others have yet to make their decision, headlined by Southeastern's playmaking forward Leonard Harper-Baker.

List:

1.Justin Tillman/Pershing: VCU
2.Darrell Davis/Frederick Douglass: Dayton
3.Mar'Qywell Jackson/East English Village Prep: UTEP 
4.Mory Diane/Pershing: Buffalo
5.Mart'e Grays/King: DePaul
6.Mike Laster/Cass Tech: Ohio University
7.Lashai Geeter/King: Stetson University (Fla.)
8.Kenny Carpenter/Cass Tech: Cleveland State
9.Tyrone Acuff/King: Barton Community College (Kan.)
10.Terrell Hales/Frederick Douglass: Cleveland State
11.Pakiya Ellis/Allen Academy: Ferris State
12.Noah King/U-D Jesuit: Ferris State
13.Ronald "Lito" Booth/Consortium: Schoolcraft College
14.Richie Gold/Loyola: Wayne County Community College
15.Justin Green/Westside Christian: Salem International University (W.Va.)
16.Daniel Dwyer/Pershing: Livingstone College (N.C.)
17.Spencer Sanders/U-D Jesuit: John Carroll University (Ohio)
18.Kenneth Turner/Consortium: Oakland Community College
19.Daryl Bingham/Southeastern: Mott Community College