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MILWAUKEE (AP) - Marquette coach Buzz Williams says guard Todd Mayo has signed a letter of intent with the Golden Eagles for his 2011 class.
Williams says Wednesday that Mayo is the “perfect complement” to his returning squad.
Mayo is a 6-3, 190-pound guard from Huntington, W.V., who led Notre Dame Prep to the national prep championship game last season. He will have four years of eligibility with Marquette.
Mayo averaged 22 points and six assists this past season after previously playing at Houston High (2008-09) and Germantown High (2009-10) in the Memphis area.
Mayo is the brother of Grizzlies guard O.J. Mayo and joins forward Juan Anderson and point guard Derrick Wilson in Marquette’s 2011 recruiting class.
(This version corrects spelling in Germantown)
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