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Thoroughman Signs with the Mountaineers

 

Panther Will Become a Mountaineer
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On Wednesday, November 9, 2005, Clay High School senior Cam Thoroughman signed his national letter of intent to continue his education and play basketball for the Mountaineers of West Virginia University.  Cam, a 6'7 guard, has helped pace the Clay Panthers to a Southern Ohio Conference (Div. I) Championship last year while averaging 23 points and 13 rebounds a game.  John Beilein, West Virginia's head coach, said, "Cam is a versatile guy who really doesn't have a position.  He can play four different positions.  He's a tough kid who has a great nose for the ball.  He shoots, scores, and rebounds extremely well."  Cam is the son of Mike and Marla Thoroughman of Friendship, Ohio.


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