NCB On The Trail: Dalante Dunklin

Shooting guard Aamahd Walker (Culver City, Calif./Culver City H.S.) ended his recruitment on Thursday night with a verbal commitment to UC Santa Barbara.

The 6-foot-4 Walker chose the Gauchos over Texas State, Eastern Washington and Cal State Northridge.

"This is a nice pick up for the Gauchos," according to ESPN.com's Joel Francisco. "He's an underrated wing who can score at all three levels."

Walker is the fifth 2012 commitment for UCSB. He joins guard Dalante Dunklin (San Diego/Francis Parker H.S.), forward Mitchell Brewe (Seattle/Seattle Prep), forward Mike Bryson(Sacramento, Calif./Foothill H.S.) and forward Sam Beeler (San Diego/Poway H.S.).

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San Diego PF picks UCSB 

October, 7, 2011
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ESPN.com has confirmed that power forward Sam Beeler (San Diego, Calif.) verbally committed to UC Santa Barbara on Friday.

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Mitch Brewe picks Gauchos 

October, 3, 2011
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The Seattle Times is reporting that Emerald City native Mitch Brewe has verbally committed to UC Santa Barbara.

The 6-foot-8 Brewe chose the Gauchos over Montana.

"I'm really pumped," Brewe told the paper. "I'm excited to go down there, get to school and play some good basketball. It was really between UCSB and Montana at the end. I liked both schools, but UCSB was just the right fit, everything just kind of clicked."

Brewe, who averaged 22.0 points and 10.0 rebounds as a junior, joins point guard Dalante Dunklin in the Gauchos 2012 class.

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Dalante Dunklin picks Gauchos

September, 30, 2011
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Multiple sources are confirming that San Diego point guard Dalante Dunklin ended his recruitment on Friday, choosing UC-Santa Barbara.

Dunklin announced his decision via his Twitter account as well. He chose the Gauchos over San Diego, Cal Poly, Portland State and Denver and is the first commitment in 2012 for UCSB.

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