Tyreke Evans Commits to University of Memphis 

The Memphis Tigers, who are reloading for next year, just got a big bullet. Coveted high school guard Tyreke Evans chose the U of M over his hometown Villanova Wildcats today.

From SI.com: Goodbye, Derrick Rose. Hello, Tyreke Evans.

Evans, an athletic shooting guard at American Christian outside Philadelphia who earned MVP honors at last month's McDonald's All-American game, announced Wednesday that he will sign with Memphis a day after one-and-done star Rose declared for the NBA draft.

"It was hard to decide against staying home at Villanova, but I just think the Memphis program fits what I want to do," said Evans, who chose the Tigers over Villanova and Texas.

Though some suggest that Evans could jump to the NBA after one year, some scouts believe those comparisons to Rose should be tempered ...

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