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Patrick Baldwin Jr., the nation’s No. 3 basketball recruit, faces a difficult decision


There’s much to know about Patrick Baldwin, Jr., starting with his pedigree, skill set, maturity, and background as a Northwestern ball boy. Plus he is not 6-foot-9, as listed. He is taller. Hes' nation’s No. 3 player in the junior class. His suitors include Kentucky, Kansas, UNC and, most notably, Duke, Northwestern and Milwaukee, where his father is head coach. (Chicago Tribune)

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