Bobby Cremins has signed another Barry brother.

The College of Charleston coach said Wednesday that the youngest son of Hall of Famer Rick Barry signed to play basketball with the Cougars next year. Canyon Barry will follow in the footsteps of half-brothers Jon and Drew, both of whom played for Cremins at Georgia Tech.

Canyon Barry is a 6-5 guard/forward from Cheyenne Mountain High in Colorado Springs, Colo. He is the fifth of Barry's sons to play Division I basketball. Half-brother Brent played at Oregon State and half-brother Scooter was part of Kansas' national championship team in 1988.

Canyon Barry was his team's leading scorer, averaging 13 points per game to go along with five rebounds per game and shot 76.4 percent from the free-throw line. An underhand free-throw shooter like his father, Barry also shot 52.6 percent from the field, 28.6 percent on 3-pointers.

The Citadel

Raemond Robinson, a 6-3, 190-pound shooting guard from Goose Creek High School, and Matthew Van Scyoc, a 6-6, 210-pound small forward from Green Lake, Wis., signed with the Bulldogs.

Robinson, a high school teammate of current Citadel guard DeVontae Wright, averaged 16.1 points, 3.7 rebounds 2.6 assists and 1.7 steals last season for Goose Creek.

"(Robinson) is a hard-nosed, dependable, tough and intelligent basketball player," said Antoine Saunders, Robinson's AAU coach. "Rae has been a joy to coach and is one of the best shooters that I have been around in my time of coaching."

Van Scyoc selected The Citadel over schools including Army, Nevada, Boston, North Dakota and Miami (Ohio).


After his first full year to recruit at Clemson, second-year coach Brad Brownell introduced five program building blocks, a five-member signing class headlined by 6-7 forward Jaron Blossomgame, rated as top 100 prospect by ESPN (90th) and Prepstars (74th).

Clemson strengthened its 2012 class in the week leading up to the signing period, adding 6-2 point guard Adonis Filer, a consensus top 30 point guard prospect, and 6-10 center Landry Nnoko, a Cameroon native, who like Filer rates as a three-star prospect.

Clemson also signed Jordan Roper, a 6-0 guard from Columbia, and Josh Smith, a 6-8, 250-pound forward from Charlotte.

"Jaron is extremely athletic, he has a good physical body can make a 3-point shot," Brownell said.

Filer, who averaged 16 points and 4.5 rebounds, is ranked as the No. 117 overall prospect by

Like Filer, Nnoko was a key late addition for Clemson, a raw player from Africa who has played just two years of organized basketball. He is rated as the No. 19 center in the 2012 class by ESPN. His cousin is Milwaukee Bucks forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute.

Roper was the state's Class AAAA player of the year for Irmo, averaging 20.4 points per game. He's the best shooter in the class. Smith is a below-the-basket, physical-type forward.

South Carolina

Tyrone Haughton, a 6-10, 195-pound center from Miami, was signed by South Carolina.

Haughton was rated the No. 24 center by, averaging 11 points, 12 rebounds and six blocks per game last year at Dr. Michael M. Krop High School.

He chose South Carolina over Connecticut, Alabama and Virginia Tech.