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David Bell (6-7, 190) F,
LaSalle University, Philadelphia ... Bell transferred to ECU in the
summer of 2004 after starting 25 of 29 games as a sophomore for the
Explorers. He averaged 5.8 points, 2.5 rebounds and 21 minutes per game
in 2003-04. He averaged 7.5 points in 29 games as a freshman. ...
Expressed reason for leaving LaSalle was that he was playing out of
position inside. The program also went through a coaching change. ...
Bell played three seasons at Onley High, where he was a Philadelphia
Daily News second team All-Public selection in 2001. ... Played his
senior year of prep ball at Mount Zion Academy in Durham, averaging 14.2
points. ... Must sit out the 2004-05 season at ECU and had preseason
knee surgery that will keep him out of practice for two to three months.
... Born Feb. 14, 1983.
Dwight Burke (6-8, 230) F,
St. Benedict's Prep, Newark, N.J. ... Visited campus the weekend of the
Cincinnati football game on Sept. 25 and committed to the Pirates on
Oct. 13. ... Spent his first two high school years at Chriatiana High in
Delaware before transferring to Manhattan (N.Y.) Rice. ... A physical
player with a good frame. ... His current high school coach is Danny
Hurley, a former Seton Hall player who is the younger brother of former
Duke guard Bobby Hurley. ... ECU associate head coach Greg Herenda was
an assistant at Seton Hall when Hurley played there. ... Burke is the
first of the incoming class to emerge from the ECU pipeline to the New
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