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Mustapha Heron, a highly regarded junior prospect who attends Sacred Heart (Conn.) High, has decommitted from Pittsburgh, according to a report from ESPN.com's Adam Finkelstein.

By SI Wire
April 17, 2015

Mustapha Heron, a highly regarded junior prospect who attends Sacred Heart (Conn.) High, has decommitted from Pittsburgh, according to a report from ESPN.com's Adam Finkelstein.

Heron committed to Pittsburgh in January 2014, when Barry "Slice" Rohrssen was a member of the Panthers' staff.

Rohrssen spent last season at Kentucky before joining the staff of new St. John's coach Chris Mullin earlier this month.

Rivals.com ranks Heron, a 6'3'' shooting guard, the No. 23 player in the class of 2016.

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