SEYMOUR - One of the top high school basketball players in Northeast Wisconsin has made his college choice. Seymour guard Sandy Cohen announced Saturday on his Twitter page he is committing to play for Marquette.
"Officially committed to Marquette it has been my dream since I can remember! Making dreams a reality #MUBB," said Cohen on his Twitter account, @SandyCohenIII.
Cohen is a rising senior at Seymour. His commitment is non-binding until he signs a letter of intent to play at Marquette.
According to Rivals.com, the 6'5 Cohen boasted offers from major programs around the country, including Minnesota, Memphis, Virginia, Purdue and more. Green Bay was one of the first schools to recruit Cohen.
Cohen's national stock seemed to rise during impressive AAU basketball showings over the summer. Cohen made his decision while in Orlando for a weekend basketball tournament.
Cohen is also an accomplished track athlete, winning a Division 2 state triple jump championship with a school record mark of 45 feet, 6 inches this past year.
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