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Report: Seton Hall Transfer Jahari Long Choosing Between Three Programs

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According to Adam Zagoria of ZagsBlog, former Seton Hall guard Jahari Long will be announcing his commitment on Friday.

Zagoria reported that Long will be deciding between Maryland, North Texas, and Tulane for his next college destination. The 6-foot-3 guard spent two seasons with Seton Hall, appearing in 24 games and scoring 23 points in his Pirate career. Long played 25 minutes in this season’s opener against FDU, dropping a career-high six assists in the convinving win.

Long is a native of Houston, Texas, and played his high school ball at Episcopal High School.

Who will land Long?

Ron Hunter’s Tulane team went 10-8 in AAC play last year, and will be returning most of its players. North Texas finished last season with a record of 25-7, after making it to the second round of the NIT tournament but falling to Virginia. Lastly, Maryland has welcomed in former Seton Hall coach Kevin Williard this offseason, who is certainly a connection for Long.

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