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Small forwards come up big in 2012


Top Prospects: T.J. Warren (Durham, N.C./Brewster Academy) 6-7, 215-pounds - Warren may have decided to take his talents to a Northeast prep school, but that won't stop the talented small forward from being a major target for teams along tobacco road. The big-bodied wing is a deceptive athlete with a high basketball IQ who understands how to move without the ball and utilize screens to free himself. Once he catches the ball, he becomes a handful for opponents because he is effective in all three phases of the game. When attacking the rim, he is not only a great finisher through contact, but makes you pay at the free throw line, as well. (ESPN.com)


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