2014 Colorado State basketball recruiting: PG Jeremiah Paige commits to be a Ram

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Colorado State landed their commit for the 2014 basketball recruiting cycle.

Coach Larry Eustachy got his first commitment of the 2014 class in Rangeview (Aurora, Colo.) point guard Jeremiah Paige. Paige held offers from San Francisco, Utah State, and Wyoming, but decided to choose the Rams despite not taking an official visit to Fort Collins.

Here is what Paige said about Colorado State:

"Me and the coaches just had a really nice bond, and I feel like Coach (Larry) Eustachy will really bring my potential out at Colorado State," Paige said. "It's nice to be a Colorado kid going to school in state."

Paige will join fellow Aurora, Colo. players on the roster, Marcus Holt and Carlton Hurst. With the commitment, the Rams add another walking highlight reel to a roster filled with high-flying guards. Paige scores most of his points on athletic finishes at the rim but looks to add to his midrange game in the coming years. In his junior season, Paige averaged 20.2 points, 4.3 rebounds and 3.6 assists a game.

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