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Morning Rumble: Ty-Shon Alexander to Creighton, Seton Hall hosts five talented recruits

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Today in the Morning Rumble, Ty-Shon Alexander committed to Creighton, Javion Ogunyemi is eligible and Seton Hall hosts five talented recruits.

Ty-Shon Alexander, a 2017 guard who plays at Oak Hill Academy, committed to Creighton on Sunday over Virginia Tech, Clemson, Wake Forest and others. The four-star prospect loves to shoot the three ball so he will fit in perfectly in the Blue Jays' heavy, up-tempo offensive attack.

Big news for Siena as forward Javion Ogunyemi will not have to sit out this upcoming season despite transferring back into the program this fall. Ogunyemi decided to return to Siena (he transferred to Boston University last spring) to deal with a family matter and now he is expected to have a major role on a talent MAAC squad.

In 2014-15, Ogunyemi averaged 9.3 points and 4.8 rebounds per game while shooting an efficient 55 percent from the field.

This is an excellent piece from Myron Medcalf on about California head coach Cuonzo Martin and his journey to Berkeley. The Golden Bears will have a talented team (potentially a top 10 team) that features top recruits Ivan Rabb and Jaylen Brown and plenty of explosive returning players in Jabari Bird, Tyrone Wallace and Jordan Mathews.

Speaking of Jaylen Brown, how about the show he put on before Cal's scrimmage? Boy this freshman is going to be special this year.

NBC Sports' College Basketball talk ranked the top 15 mid-major's and the leader of the pack is Scott Drew's Valparaiso Crusaders. Valpo returns all five starters from a team that made the NCAA Tournament and pushed the Maryland Terps to the brink in the second round. Alec Peters, Vashil Fernandez and company should once again run through the Horizon League and challenge high major teams nationally in the Big Dance.

Four New York schools, Columbia, Hofstra, Iona, Stony Brook, made the cut with Maodo Lo, Juan'ya Green, A.J. English and Jameel Warney leading the way for their respective squads.

Michigan State is set to undergo a $50 million upgrade to the Breslin Center, the home of Michigan State's men's and women's basketball programs. The project will begin in January and it will be completed by June 2018.

Golden State Warriors forward and proud alum Draymond Green donated $3 million to help start the process.

Seton Hall hosted Jahvon Quinerly, Luther Muhammed, Atiba Taylor, Louis King and Naz Reid on Sunday in what could potentially be a 'Fab Five' like class in 2018. The recruits got an opportunity to watch practice, meet the current team and talk to Coach Kevin Willard.