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September 18, 2012 at 4:49 PM

Ballard forward Seth Berger commits to UMass

Seth Berger, a three-star forward from Ballard according to ESPN.com, committed to play basketball at Massachusetts. Berger is the fifth-best prospect in the state for the class of 2013, according to ESPN.com and he is the 47th-best player at his position.

Berger (6-7, 210) also had an offer from Santa Clara, according to ESPN.com.

Scout.com said of Berger: “A slasher and hustler who could become a true force as he grows and spends time in the weight room.”

ESPN.com wrote: “Berger is a rangy 4/3 with very good length and solid athleticism. He has a very nice 1st step off the dribble and he has a knack of getting in the lane for the score. His pull-up game is solid and he is an astute passer.”

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