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Moses Delivers On Promise
As former Arkansas basketball player Blake Eddins said on Twitter Thursday, let the Moses will lead them to the promise land quips begin. The Razorback hoops program landed a big one Thursday – figuratively and literally – when Nigerian native Moses Kingsley (6-10, 220) signed with Arkansas. Kingsley is ranked as the seventh-best center prospect in the country in the 2013 class and the 53rd-best player nationally overall according to Scout.com. He is now at Huntington (WV) Prep - the number one high school team in the country per USA Today - after playing his last two seasons at New Albany (MS) High. "I feel so very blessed and I thank God for helping me to make this journey and be successful on my quest to play college basketball," Kingsley said Thursday afternoon after signing. "I give God all the glory and I am very excited about being an Arkansas Razorback." Kingsley teamed with Little Rock Hall forward Bobby Portis (6-10, 220) to lead the Arkansas Wings to the 17-and-under...
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