2021 five-star A.J. Griffin talks Duke, Kentucky, gold-medal winning summer


It’s not even July 1 and A.J. Griffin has already won a gold medal with the USA Basketball U16 team and picked up scholarship offers from Duke, Kansas, UCLA, Michigan, Villanova and Vanderbilt. What were you doing when you were 15 years old? It’s been quite a summer for the 6-foot-6 Ossining, N.Y., native and rising junior at Archbishop Stepinac High School. (Zag's Blog)

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