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Spellman, Randall transfer to schools outside of Ohio

By Michael Beaven Published: June 21, 2014

Basketball standouts Omari Spellman and Craig Randall are transferring out of state to attend school next year, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Spellman is a rising junior who played at North Royalton and is transferring to the MacDuffie School in Massachusetts.

Randall played at Medina last season and is a rising senior guard who is transferring to Shadow Mountain in Arizona.

Both players earned All-Ohio honors in Division I in 2014.

Randall transferred to Medina from Girard before last season.

Prior to coming to North Royalton, Spellman played basketball at two high schools in New York.

Spellman is ranked No. 24 by ESPN in the Class of 2016 and was invited to the LeBron James Skills Academy in July. He has scholarship offers from Florida, Iowa, West Virginia, Villanova, Virginia Tech and Cincinnati.

Spellman helped the Bears go 43-5 over the past two seasons. As a sophomore, he averaged 22 points and 9.8 rebounds per game.

Randall averaged 20.3 points per game. He holds scholarship offers from the College of Charleston, Louisiana Tech, Kent State, Toledo, Akron, Cleveland State, Northeastern, Robert Morris, Drexel and Saint Joseph’s.



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