Mission Bay’s Boogie Ellis commits to play at Duke
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At the signing ceremony are Justin Moore, a former point guard for MBHS who played for Georgia Tech, Boogie Ellis, and Mission Bay boys basketball coach Marshawn Cherry. 
At the signing ceremony are Justin Moore, a former point guard for MBHS who played for Georgia Tech, Boogie Ellis, and Mission Bay boys basketball coach Marshawn Cherry. 
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Mission Bay High School boys basketball combo guard Rejean (Boogie) Ellis announced that he has committed to play basketball for Duke University. During the ceremony at the MBHS gym on Friday Nov. 9, Ellis said, "After talking with God, my family, coach Marshawn Cherry, and my trainer, I decided to go to Duke University." 

Ranked as one of the 30 best players in the class of 2019, Ellis received scholarship offers from several schools including Duke, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Southern California, San Diego State University, and University of Memphis.

Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski, and UNC-Chapel Hill coach Roy Williams, visited Mission Bay to actively recruit Ellis.

Mission Bay boys basketball coach Cherry said: “Ellis has a great work ethic and love for the game. He had the drive and determination to be the best player to come out of San Diego."
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