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Former Weber State guard Jeremy Senglin signs with Brooklyn Nets

Weber State's Jeremy Senglin shoots during practice ahead of a first-round men's college basketball game in the NCAA Tournament, Thursday, March 17, 2016, in St. Louis. Weber State plays Xavier on Friday.
Weber State's Jeremy Senglin shoots during practice ahead of a first-round men's college basketball game in the NCAA Tournament, Thursday, March 17, 2016, in St. Louis. Weber State plays Xavier on Friday.
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Former Weber State guard Jeremy Senglin will continue his pro dreams with the Brooklyn Nets.

The team announced Friday it has signed the Wildcats’ all-time leading scorer, along with guard Milton Doyle. Terms of their deals were not released.

Senglin and Doyle played for the Nets during NBA Summer League action, with Senglin averaging 7.0 points per game while shooting 45.5 percent from the field and 6-of-14 from 3-point range in four games.

Senglin's top effort came in a 95-66 win over New Orleans, when he scored 14 points and hit three 3-pointers in 19 minutes.

While the team did not announce specifics of Senglin's contract, the former Weber State star could find himself playing for the Long Island Nets, the team's NBA G-League affiliate.

There's the possibility it could be a two-way contract, a new contract this season that allows a player to sign with the NBA parent club while playing primarily for their G-League affiliate. A two-way player can spend up to 45 days on an NBA roster.

Each NBA team is allowed to have as many as two players on two-way contracts.

Two weeks ago, Brooklyn announced it signed Yakuba Ouattara to a two-way contract. That followed ESPN's Ian Begley reporting in late June the team signed forward Jacob Wiley to a two-way contract, though the team hasn't officially made an announcement regarding any deal with Wiley.

“Every time I step on the court there’s an opportunity,” Senglin told the New York Post during Summer League play last month. “If that’s with this team, another team, anything. That’s how I look at it. I love this team, the atmosphere and the coaching staff.”