2021 forward Jabari Smith, son of former NBA player, vaulting up the recruiting rankings


On the day before basketball prospects in the class of 2021 were allowed to start receiving direct contact from college coaches, Georgia native ran down his list of early scholarship offers and interest, then talked about who else he’d like to hear from. “Everybody wants to hear from the blue bloods,” Smith said. “Duke, Kentucky, Kansas — all those big programs.” (Lexington Herald-Leader)

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