Jerry Stackhouse advised Reggie Bullock to stay at Kinston
Saturday, June 20, 2009
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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