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RMU announces men's basketball recruiting class

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Thursday, June 27, 2013, 5:45 p.m.

Robert Morris men's basketball coach Andy Toole announced the team's 2013-14 recruiting class, which includes three junior college players and three freshmen.

He said the class addressed areas where the team needed to improve. Headlining the class are two three-star recruits: guard Kavon Stewart (Hudson Catholic/Paterson, N.J.) and forward Jeremiah Worthem (Math, Science and Civics/Philadelphia).

Worthem's high school teammate, guard Britton Lee (Newark, N.J.), is the other freshman. The junior college players are guards Desjuan Newton (Central Arizona/Seattle, Wash.) and Charles Oliver (Lakeland Community College/Scotch Plain, N.J.) and forward Aaron Tate (Dodge City/New Bern, N.C.).

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