Memphis East senior point guard Alex Lomax announced he will attend Wichita State next season. Lomax was the sixth – and highest-rated – recruit to commit to WSU on Wednesday.
Memphis East senior point guard Alex Lomax announced he will attend Wichita State next season. Lomax was the sixth – and highest-rated – recruit to commit to WSU on Wednesday. Mark Weber Commercial Appeal
Memphis East senior point guard Alex Lomax announced he will attend Wichita State next season. Lomax was the sixth – and highest-rated – recruit to commit to WSU on Wednesday. Mark Weber Commercial Appeal

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