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Nate Britt emerges as nation's top point guard


Nate Britt entered the NBPA Top 100 camp as a rising junior just looking to test himself against the nation’s best rising seniors. He came out as the best point guard in the country. Not just in the class of the 2013 – the entire country. Georgia Tech, Florida, North Carolina State, Virginia, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Marquette, Duke, Maryland and Seton Hall have all reached out. Britt isn’t ready to think about trimming his list or taking unofficial visits yet. (CBS Sports)


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