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Q&A With Isaiah Todd


: "Some of the schools, they got certain commits and some schools, I am just not able to go to, so they were eliminated. Memphis, I just didn’t hear from them so, that was that. (Michigan and Kansas), though, they were going to be my top two schools because they are really similar with what they are preaching and what they are selling to me." (Rivals.com)

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