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Jerry Stackhouse advised Reggie Bullock to stay at Kinston

Reggie Bullock is one of 11 of the top 20 players in the Class of 2010 playing for a public school. His goal is to bring his hometown Kinston High a state title. Bullock also would like to represent Kinston High in the McDonald's All-America game next year. Kinston's Jerry Stackhouse played in the McDonald's game after moving on to Oak Hill Academy as a senior on his way to UNC and the NBA. According to Bullock, Stackhouse advised him to stay at Kinston. (Charlotte Observer)


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