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2009 guard likes his list of suitors

2009 guard likes his list of suitors

Roberto Nelson is starting to make a name for himself. The three-star recruit has played on a few high profile teams, with some high profile players and is getting seen by elite programs. There is still a ways to go in his recruitment, but it is starting to take shape.

Nelson claims he has no favorites, but is hearing from a number of programs including most of the Pac-10, plus Ohio State, Louisville and a few other schools. He also claims that North Carolina is starting to get in the picture. Although it is still early, the 6-3 guard is happy with his list of suitors. "I like the schools that are coming at me right now," Nelson said. "It is nice... Recommended Stories

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