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Posted Nov 14, 2012 by Scott Purks
Updated Nov 14, 2012 at 08:58 PM
Tampa Prep guard Josh Heath and center Adonis Rwabigwi signed national letters of intent on the middle of the Terrapins’ basketball court minutes after practice ended Wednesday evening—a tradition coach Joe Fenlon started years ago.
With junior varsity and varsity teams gathered close and cheering, Heath signed with the University of South Florida and Rwabigwi signed with Furman.
Heath—the Tampa Tribune’s 2001 player of the year, who averaged 13 points and seven assists a game while leading the Terrapins to a 31-1 record and the Class 3A state title—will play for his father, Stan, at USF.
Rwabigwi, at 6-foot-8, averaged 11 points and eight rebounds in 2011.