ROCKTON - One of the top girls' basketball players in NIC-10 history is set for the next chapter of her career. Hononegah senior Jordan King has signed a national letter of intent with Marquette.
King signed Monday afternoon at Hononegah in front of a gathering of teammates, friends, family members and coaches.
King has twice been named the MVP of the NIC-10. She has received first team All-State honors. She recently became the leading scorer in Hononegah history with still nearly a full season to play.
Although her signing was Monday King had made up her mind to attend Marquette several months ago.
"Every time I went there I just really loved the atmosphere, the coaches, the players and the style of play really fits me too so that was definitely a plus," she told Eyewitness News. "I think every time I was there it felt like home."
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