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Tough to keep up with UNC, Duke


Brandan Wright certainly finished his high school career the right way. The 6-9 UNC signee, a power forward who is ranked No. 3 among the nation’s seniors, scored nearly 25 per game in the Tennessee state tournament as Brentwood Academy won its fourth straight Division II championship. That is the first time a Tennessee high school has won four state titles in a row, and Wright was the most valuable player in all four of those tournaments. (Fayetteville Observer)


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