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Second point guard in as many days for Huggins

It's been a good start to the week for Bob Huggins and his staff at West Virginia. They kicked things off by getting a commitment from top 50, four-star point guard Ryan Boatright and under the radar big man Pat Forsythe on Monday. On Tuesday, they added another guard out of the 2011 Rivals150, Jabarie Hinds.
A tough, quick and explosive point guard who can erupt for points in a flurry, Hinds has been well known since he started high school at traditional power Mount Vernon (N.Y.) High.
Over the weekend, he took a trip to see what Huggins and the Mountaineers had to offer before making his choice.
"He just went home (from school), but he decided (Monday)," Hinds coach Bob Cimmino told WVSports.com. "That's when he let West Virginia know."
Hinds, Forsythe and Boatright join a recruiting haul that already included four-star forward Tommie McCune and three-star power wing Aaron Brown.