South Shore hoops star commits to UConn

BROOKLYN - A rising senior and basketball player at South Shore High School has made a commitment to play for the University of Connecticut.

Terrance Samuel, along with senior Shamiek Sheppherd, have led the school to back-to-back PSAL quarterfinal appearances.

The 6 foot 4 inch point guard chose the Huskies over the likes of Tennessee, Rhode Island, Pittsburgh, Dayton and Temple.

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