Stanford Men's Basketball Inks Two In Spring Signing Period

April 12, 2006

Stanford, Calif. - The Stanford men's basketball program has signed Da'Veed Dildy and Landry Fields to National Letters of Intents during the spring signing period to study and compete at Stanford University next year, announced head coach Trent Johnson.

'We're very excited to have these two additions to an already solid recruiting class,' said Johnson. 'Both Landry and Da'Veed are skilled perimeter players who will help us. This completes our recruiting class for next year and we look forward to the intensity and competition they will bring to the court.'

Da'Veed Dildy (6-5, 185) hails from Chicago, Illinois, where he attends Martin Luther King Jr. College Prep High School. He averaged 24 points, six rebounds, seven assists and two steals in 2005-06. He was an all-city, all-section and four-year all-state selection in high school. Dildy was honored as team mvp all four year as well. He was recently named to the City/Suburban All-Star Game which will be played this spring.

Landry Fields (6-5, 185) is from Los Alamitos, California, where he attends Los Alamitos High School. During his senior season, he averaged 19 points, five rebounds, two steals and one block per game while shooting 80 percent from the free throw line. He also shot 40 percent from three-point range. He was tabbed CIF Division 1AA Player of the Year and was MVP of the Sunset League. An All-Orange Country first team selection, Fields was the league's leading scorer. He was also a first-team all-state honoree. Fields is the in the top five in eight different categories in his high school's record books, including the single-season record holder points. He plays AAU with the L.A. Rockfish.

Dildy and Fields join Brooke Lopez (Fresno, Calif.), Robin Lopez (Fresno, Calif.) and Will Paul (Corpus Christi, Tex.), who signed letter of intents in the fall.

Stanford's 2006 recruiting class is ranked 10th nationally.

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