Hawai'i Men's Basketball signs guard Isaac Fleming

November 18, 2013

Although the Rainbow Warriors' football program currently might be winless and struggling, things are not nearly so bad for the University of Hawai'i men's basketball team.  Today coach Gib Arnold announced the signing of highly-regarded backcourt recruit Isaac Fleming to a National Letter of Intent. Fleming will join the team next fall as a freshman and will have four years of eligibility.

"Isaac is a do-everything guard," Arnold said, "who at 6-4, can play three positions. He's an outstanding athlete with great range. Coming all the way from Delaware, we are starting to see the reach of University of Hawai'i basketball. We're thrilled to have Isaac join our 'ohana."

Originally from Delaware, Fleming is currently attending Massanutten Military Academy, a post-graduate academy in Virginia.  Fleming chose Hawai'i over several quality Division I programs, including Virginia Tech, Rutgers, and Kansas State.  He is rated as the 15th-best player in Virginia by Phenom Hoop Report.

Last season, Fleming played for National Christian Academy in Fort Washington, Maryland, averaging 25.7 points, nearly 10 rebounds, and 4 assists per game. The lefty was selected to participate in the 40th Annual Capital Classic All-Star game in Washington D.C.

By Staff of The Daily Sports Herald and news services

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