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A look at 2016 recruit Amir Coffey, part 2


Amir Coffey played for Minneapolis Select, his father's team, for six years, all the while honing the passing and dribbling skills that have excited collegiate programs ranging from North Carolina to Kansas to Wisconsin -- which was the latest program to offer, earlier this week. For Amir, the training hasn't stopped, but it has changed as he's sprouted six inches in the last two seasons to his current 6-foot-7 height, his shoulder now exceeding that of his father's. (Minneapolis Star Tribune)


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