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Utah lands third for 2012

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Utah head coach Larry Krystowiak and his staff are on the board for a third time in the class of 2012.
Monday morning, Justin Seymour announced his commitment on the heels of a weekend visit to Salt Lake City.
A 6-foot-3 shooting guard from Marietta (Ga.) Wheeler, Seymour confirmed his commitment via twitter.
"I've made the decision to continue my educational interest & basketball career at The University of Utah of the Pac-12," tweeted Seymour.
Playing for both a loaded high school program and summer team in the Georgia Stars, Seymour has often been called upon to play either the one or the two, but his strength is playing on the wing where he can create shots off the dribble and is a surprising finisher near the hoop.
The three-star prospect joins Rivals150 forward Jordan Loveridge and wing Josh Hearlihy to make up Utah's early recruiting class.
"Great coaching staff, players and city," Seymour told Rivals.com when asked why he picked the Utes. "I was told I would be the play-making guard."
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