Seymour, Wis., native Sandy Cohen commits to Marquette

BY foxsports • July 27, 2013

MILWAUKEE -- After building one of the nation's best recruiting classes for the class of 2013, Marquette University is on its way to another impressive class in 2014.

Combo guard Sandy Cohen committed to the Golden Eagles on Saturday, as the Seymour, Wis. native confirmed he's headed to Marquette on Twitter.

"Officially committed to Marquette it has been my dream since I can remember!" Cohen tweeted. "Making dreams a reality #MUBB"

A four-star recruit and the 18th best shooting guard in the class of 2014 according to Scout.com, the 6-foot-5, 170 pound Cohen has seen his stock rise significantly after a solid spring and summer.

Cohen averaged 16.6 points and 7.2 rebounds per game in his junior season at Seymour High School in Seymour, Wis. A first-team all-conference selection, Cohen was named honorable mention all-state in Division 2 by the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association.

Four-star small forward Malek Harris was Marquette's first commit from the class of 2014, committing to the Golden Eagles in June. Marquette also has a verbal commitment from 2015 point guard Nick Noskowiak from Sun Prairie, Wis.

Cohen had scholarship offers from Virginia, Gonzaga, Memphis, Iowa, Purdue, Michigan State, Creighton, George Washington, LaSalle, Minnesota, Providence, UW-Milwaukee and UW-Green Bay.

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