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FSU Lands 2012 Combo Guard Out of Alaska

According to Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports, 6'2" combo guard Devon Bookert has committed to the Noles. He was the player of the year in Alaska, and recently re-classed from 2011 to 2012 rather than committing to Cal where he could have played immediately. In the interim he will be spending a season at the Impact Basketball Academy in Las Vegas.

Bookert was a late bloomer, not garnering D1 interest until his senior season. This is a savvy move by Leonard Hamilton, as Bookert is still learning the PG position and could not have contributed right away. His high school coach - who also coached Duke's Trajan Langdon - says the two players are similar. "He loves the game," he said. " He refuses to get outworked and is very competitive. He's just a good all-around, well-rounded player. He's a lot like Trajan -- he handles the ball better while Trajan was a better shooter."

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