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Faith Baptist guard Deshaun Morman signs with Cincinnati; two baseball players also to sign
Posted Nov 20, 2012 by Mike Camunas
Updated Nov 20, 2012 at 06:33 PM
Faith Baptist Christian basketball guard Deshaun Morman signed a national letter of intent with the University of Cincinnati on Monday, the school’s principal Barry McKeen said in an e-mail.
Morman also played with 6-foot-9 power forward Demtrius Henry, who will in March with one of his offers from South Florida, Cincinnati, Georgia Tech, Kansas State, Miami and USC. Joining the pair is 6-foot-11 Nigerian Eze Prince Nnamdi on Faith’s program, headed up by coach Kenny Gillion, that had 11 guys sign with Division-1 schools last season.
In other Faith Baptist athletics news, baseball players Enderson Velasquez and Wolfrank Requena signed with College of Central Florida in Ocala, according baseball coach Gene Reynolds Jr.
Faith Baptist is a K-12 school that offers religious studies through normal academics, however, is not affiliated with the Florida High School Athletic Association when it comes to sports and its athletes.