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Two Patterson basketball players sign DI letters of intent

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Two members of the Class 3A state champion Patterson boys basketball team -- forward Nyme Manns and center Leonard Livingston -- signed letters of intent Friday.

Manns, who averaged 7.8 points and 8.2 rebounds on the hardwood and also was a standout wide receiver for the Patterson football team, will play football at West Virginia Wesleyan.

"The Clipper football program is extremely [excited] that Nyme Manns will continue his scholastic and athletic career at West Virginia Wesleyan to play wide receiver for their football program," Patterson football coach Corey Johnson said in a news release.

Livingston (4.1 points, 5.5 rebounds, 3.3 blocks, will play basketball at Florida Gulf Coast.

"LJ's accomplishment today is a result of the hard work that him and his family put in," Clippers coach Harry Martin said in a news release. "He should be commended for not only being a very good basketball player but also being a great human being. We look forward to watching him play on the collegiate level and look forward to him earning his college degree."

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