University of Manitoba Bison men's basketball coach Kirby Schepp has announced another key recruit for 2015.  6'2 Shooting guard Saajan Arora from Cambridge, Ontario has committed to the Bisons for the upcoming season.  Arora played for one of the top high school teams in Canada, St. John's Kilmarnock. The team was ranked among the top 5 teams in national polls all season.  Arora was named an all-star or MVP in several tournaments as well as being named the top male athlete at SJK where he played for Coach Borko Popic.

Asked about the move to Manitoba Saajan Arora stated: "I am very excited to be joining the Manitoba Bison family. I believe that this was the best decision for me and look forward to growing as a person and a player over the next 5 years."

Coach Popic: "Saajan is a very skilled scorer with a tremendous shooting touch. He has been an integral part of SJK's basketball team over the last three years and I am very excited to follow his continued growth at the University of Manitoba. Saajan is a hard working and extremely dedicated student-athlete and will be a great addition to the U of M community."   

Coach Schepp was very excited about Saajan's commitment: "Saajan is an outstanding addition to our program. He played for one of the best high school programs in St. John's Kilmarnock and clubs (Waterloo Wildhawks) in the entire country. We believe he may be the best shooter coming out of Canadian high school basketball this year. He is also an outstanding student and very high-character young man".

Arora joins a class a recruiting class that so far includes local standouts Dharmjit Dhillion and Raj Sidhu of Kildonan East Collegiate.

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