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WVU’s Taz Sherman to Participate in NABC All-Star Game During Final Four Weekend



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West Virginia guard Taz Sherman will be participating in the NABC All-Star game, which is a part of the Final Four festivities in New Orleans this weekend. The all-star game is set for Friday at 4 p.m. at Caesars Superdome.

Sherman was selected to the west roster.

NABC – Reese’s Division I College All-Star Game – West Roster

Derek St. Hilaire, New Orleans – G

Alex Barcello, BYU – G

Davion Mintz, Kentucky – G

Taz Sherman, West Virginia – G

Mark Smith, Kansas State – G

Stanley Umude, Arkansas – G

Gabe Brown, Michigan State – F

Ryan Davis, Vermont – F

Nick Muszynski, Belmont – C

Marcus Bingham Jr., Michigan State – F

Head Coach: Dennis Gates, Missouri


NABC – Reese’s Division I College All-Star Game – East Roster

R.J. Cole, UConn – G

Trent Frazier, Illinois – G

Brad Davison, Wisconsin – G

Alondes Williams, Wake Forest – G

Jeenathan Williams, Buffalo – F

Tyrese Martin, UConn – G

D’Shawn Schwartz, George Mason – F

E.J. Anosike, Can State Fullerton – F

John Fulkerson, Tennessee – F

Chuba Ohams, Fordman – F

Grant Golden, Richmond – F

Head Coach: Ritchie McKay, Liberty

Sherman spent three years at West Virginia after transferring from Collin College, a JUCO in Texas. Sherman raised his point per game average over his three seasons averaging 5.3 points his junior year, 13.6 points his senior year and 17.7 in his fifth-year. The 6-foot-4 guard shot 40 percent from the field in his career. Sherman became the 55th Mountaineer in program history to record 1,000-career points back in February.

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Ethan Bock is pursuing his bachelor’s degree in journalism at WVU. He currently is an intern with the Final Fourcast podcast. Ethan has covered WVU football and men’s basketball for the last year. He is from Cincinnati, Ohio.

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