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Curtis has laundry list of Division I offers

December 6, 2012 - Staff Blog
Williston State guard Marquel Curtis is one of the most coveted junior college gems in the country.

The 6-foot-4 sophomore from Plymouth, Minn., has generated serious interest from a slew of high-major NCAA Division I programs including:

University of Maryland; University of Miami (Fl.); Butler; Washington State; University of Utah; Wichita State; St. Louis; San Francisco; Northern Iowa; Tulsa; Cal State Fullerton; Sienna Missouri State; Georgia State; University of North Dakota; North Dakota State.

Curtis, an NJCAA All-American a year ago, averages 25 points a game for the Tetons (9-2). WSC has already knocked off a pair of Top 25 foes this season, downing 15th-ranked North Idaho College and 25th-ranked Central Wyoming.

Look for our feature on Curtis in Monday's (12/10/12) Minot Daily News.

NASH NOW AT TEXAS TECH: Blake Nash, WSC's star guard two years ago, is redshirting at Texas Tech this season due to NCAA transfer rules. Nash played at South Florida last season but wanted to be closer to his ill father who lives in Plainview, Texas.

MARTINEZ SHINING AT WYOMING:Luke Martinez, a WSC standout guard three years ago, has helped the University of Wyoming get off to a 9-0 start. The Bismarck product is averaging 13.7 points for the Cowboys, who recently upset 19th-ranked Colorado. Martinez had 13 points in the upset.

-- Ryan Collingwood


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