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McAfee: I'm going to Auburn

Just two weeks after committing to FIU -- before quickly backing out -- Memphis Melrose guard Cedrick McAfee has agreed to attend Auburn, according to the Commercial Appeal.

McAfee, an ESPNU top 100 player, committed to Auburn after visiting the school over the weekend.

"I think they got a steal," Melrose coach Jermaine Johnson told the Commercial Appeal. "He likes their style of play. Coach (Tony) Barbee runs the triple-drive motion (offense) and Cedrick is an attacker."

McAfee's switch leaves FIU coach Isiah Thomas with three recruits from the class of 2011: forward Darnell Harris -- another top 100 talent -- and centers Chris Coleman and Yvan Ngirabakunzi.

The Golden Panthers, who open practice on Oct. 15, have seven seniors on roster, giving Thomas plenty of roster spots to fill.


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Anytime a top 100 guard decommitts its a big loss, but fortunately for IT, we are loaded with guards.

After the visit to FIU's high school gym and the thought of playing home games in front of 85 "screaming faithful" fans, MCAfee say's no thanks FIU


Another Dumb comment from a "suddenly" new fan of Auburn here. McAfee hasn't visited FIU yet.

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