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UNLV rolling with commitment of No. 1 JUCO player Shakur Juiston


Talk about being on a run. Just a day after landing its biggest recruit in years, UNLV secured the commitment on Wednesday from the No. 1 junior college player in the country, Shakur Juiston. Less than 24 hours earlier, McDonald’s All-American told coach Marvin Menzies he would be playing for UNLV. Juiston took to Twitter to announce his intention to play for the Rebels. (FanRag Sports)

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