NCB On The Trail: New Mexico State

NM State adds 7-foot-3 Tanveer Bhullar

July, 17, 2013
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Class of 2013 center Tanveer Bhullar (Toronto/Father Henry Carr) committed to New Mexico State on Tuesday night, according to the Las Cruces Sun-News.

The 7-foot-3 Bhullar is the younger brother of 7-foot-5 Aggies sophomore center Sim Bhullar.

"It felt like family there, because I know half of the people on the team," Bhullar told the paper. "Other schools showed interest, but I wanted to end it early. I'm happy that I'm committed and ready to head down to school and get ready to play basketball."

Bhullar also had interest form Oklahoma, Oregon , Wichita State and New Mexico.

Former Vols recruit inks with Aggies

May, 7, 2013
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Senior point guard Travon Landry (San Antonio/Huntington Prep) signed a letter of intent with New Mexico State over the weekend after being released from his scholarship to Tennessee, the Aggies announced.

Landry had been committed to Tennessee since his junior season, but a scholarship crunch in Knoxville led him to reopen his recruitment.

"We are pleased to welcome Travon Landry to the Aggie nation," New Mexico State head coach Marvin Menzies said in a release. "Travon is a tenacious defender and competitor. Playing on one of the top high school teams in the United States last year, Travon brings a winning resume and attitude to the program. Increasing competition in practice is a must when developing a top-tier Division I men's basketball program, and we're optimistic that with this year's additions the atmosphere of practice will be at a very high level."

Landry helped lead Huntington Prep (W.Va.) to a 30-3 record this season and the No. 8 ranking in the final ESPN 25 Power Rankings.

PG Landry released from UT scholarship

May, 6, 2013
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Class of 2013 point guard Travon Landry (San Antonio/Huntington Prep) has been released from the letter of intent he signed with Tennessee, according to the Knoxville News Sentinel.

Landry originally committed to the Vols in December 2011 and signed his letter of intent last November.

With Jarnell Stokes' decision to remain at UT next season, the Volunteers were over the NCAA limit of 13 scholarships, the News Sentinel reported. The newspaper also reported that Landry was on an official visit to New Mexico State on Saturday.

Tennessee still has four players signed for next season: ESPN 100 shooting guard Robert Hubbs (Newbern, Tenn./Dyer County), small forward A.J. Davis (Norcross, Ga./Buford), point guard Darius Thompson (Murfreesboro, Tenn./Blackman) and center Rawane Ndiaye (Ottumwa, Iowa/Indian Hills C.C.).

SF Josh Jones picks A-10's Richmond 

October, 2, 2012
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The Richmond Spiders nabbed a verbal commitment on Monday from wing guard Josh Jones (Memphis, Tenn./Central), according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Jones chose the Spiders over New Mexico State, St. Louis, Southern Illinois, Murray State and VCU.

"I feel real comfortable with [Richmond's playing] style, and when I visited, I got along real well with everybody," he told the paper.

Jones will join former Navy small forward J.J. Avila (McAllen, Texas/South Texas College) in the Spiders' 2013 class.

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PG John Dawson commits to Marquette 

September, 26, 2012
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6-foot-1 point guard John Dawson (Clovis, N.M./Clovis) verbally committed to Marquette on Wednesday, multiple sources are reporting.

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North Texas adds SF Greg Wesley 

September, 26, 2012
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According to the Denton Record-Chronicle, North Texas landed a verbal commitment from in-state small forward Greg Wesley (Arlington, Texas/Juan Seguin) on Tuesday.

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Joe Boyd headed to Drake 

September, 3, 2012
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According to multiple sources, Drake landed a verbal commitment from Scottsdale, Ariz. forward Joe Boyd (Chaparral H.S.) on Sunday.

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