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Friday, November 12, 2004

My Goodness,

My Guinness. Don't look now, but Steve Fisher is assembling an elite recruiting class -- en route to another "Fab Five," perhaps -- at San Diego State. First small forward Kyle Spain, then big man Brett Hoerner, and now shooting guard Kashif Watson.

Watson averaged 15.1 points per game during the regular season last year. He said he's looking forward to playing for San Diego State coach Steve Fisher.

"Coach Fisher's a great coach," Watson said. "He's going to let me go out and play. And the players around me are real good. And they just welcomed me when I got there, and they just wanted me to be there, so I just felt it was the place to be."

And if Hoerner isn't enough down low, Fisher brought back Jabbar Young.

The 6-11 San Bernardino College sophomore center returns to SDSU after sitting out the 2003 spring semester and then needing to attend a JC to become eligible. Young was a Top 100 prep player nationally coming out of National Christian Academy (Md.) and originally signed with West Virginia, but failed to qualify.

Two Top 100 big men on the same MWC squad? Pencil in SDSU for -- you heard it here first -- an upcoming Sweet Sixteen.