Wayne Ellington, Merion, Pa.
Ellington showed why he is widely viewed as the nation's top shooting guard in last month's Nike Hoops Summit, which features the United States against an international roster. Ellington made four three-pointers during a two-minute span in the second quarter to push a three-point lead to 15. The 6-foot-4 Ellington, who was 5for6 from behind the arc, scored a game-high 31 points. (Louisville Courier-Journal)
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