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USF gets NLI from 3-star

Coach Orlando Antigua added another shooter in Jahmal McMurray on Wednesday. ORACLE FILE PHOTO/ADAM MATHIEU

USF received a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday from Jahmal McMurray, a 6-foot, 175-pound guard from Sunrise Christian Academy in Wichita, Kansas.

McMurray hasn’t been at Sunrise long, having spent three years at Highland Park High School where he earned three all-state selections. 

“He’s a high-level shooter with pretty much unlimited range,” Sunrise coach Luke Barnwell said in a press release. “He is dangerous beyond the three-point line and he can get by you, too. He’s a blur to guard in ball screens. He makes us go. When he goes, we’re going.”

McMurray scored 17 points with six rebounds, four assists and three steals in his last game during which Sunrise defeated No. 19 State Fair Community College on Oct. 31.

“He has the ability to score the ball really well. He did it a lot in high school, and now in prep school he’s refining his position to become more of a point guard,” USF coach Orlando Antigua said. “He is someone we can depend on to learn from Anthony Collins and be able to step into those roles over the next few years. He will have the ability to open up the court due to his shooting ability.”