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TU Basketball Signs Tarekeyi Edogi for 2013-14 Season

TU Head Coach Danny Manning will welcome six necomers to the Golden Hurricane in 2013-14, with the latest signing of prep forward Tarekeyi Edogi.
TU Head Coach Danny Manning will welcome six necomers to the Golden Hurricane in 2013-14, with the latest signing of prep forward Tarekeyi Edogi.
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June 13, 2013

TULSA, Okla. - The University of Tulsa Head Coach Danny Manning announced the signing of 6'8", 215-pound high school forward Terakeyi "TK" Edogi (Tare-e-kay E-do-gee) for the 2013-14 season.

Edogi is a power forward from Surprise, Ariz., who played high school ball at Valley Vista High School before playing last season at Westwind Prep in Arizona. He also played for two seasons with the Arizona Magic AAU club.

"TK is a big, athletic forward with a great motor," Manning said. "He plays with a lot of energy, is an active defender, and he will provide us more depth on the inside. He has developed immensely as a basketball player under coaches Kenny Mullins, Gabe Stevens and Adrion Orona. He is a great young man, and we look forward to having him here at TU. He has a wonderful family that is very supportive. TU fans will fall in love with his infectious smile and personality."

As a high school senior, Edogi was a first-team All-Section 3 and an honorable mention all-state selection. He averaged 15.4 points, 14.4 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game in 19 contests his senior season at Valley Vista, and led the state in rebounding.

Mullins, his AAU coach, said Edogi has reach longer than seven feet and "plays more like a 6'10" guy because of that reach."

"He is a high-energy, tough, physical, in-the-paint presence guy," Mullins said. "He dunks the ball a lot, and is a big, athletic forward that has a really good game presence. When he brings the energy like he did this spring, he can be a real factor in the game. He kind of learned the game late, and that extra year of high school helped him mature. I think that was huge for him. He is a great kid. He's a fun-loving, jovial kid, and he has a great attitude on life. He has a really good family. It's been fun coaching him."

Edogi joins Tulsa's incoming 2013-14 class that includes 6'4", 210-pound junior college guard Marquel Curtis, 6'10", 225-pound junior college forward Lew Evans, 6'5", 185-pound prep school guard Stevie Repichowski, 6'11", 275-pound high school forward Emmanuel Ezechinonso and 6'8" high school forward Riley Kemmer.



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2012-13 Tulsa Basketball Signing Class
Name		     Pos.     Ht./Wt.    Hometown (School)
Marquel Curtis	     G/F      6-4/210    Plymouth, Minn. (Williston State College (N.D.))
Tarekeyi Edogi	     F          6-8/215    Surprise, Ariz. (Westwind Prep School)
Lew Evans		     F          6-10/225  Salt Lake City, Utah (Casper College (Wyo.))
Emmanuel Ezechinonso   F          6-11/275  Lagos, Nigeria (Covenant Christian Ministries Acad. (Ga.))
Riley Kemmer	     F          6-8           Wichita, Kan. (Wichita Collegiate High School)
Stevie Repichowski	     G         6-5/185    Lansing, Mich. (Kingdom Prep Academy (Iowa))