Q&A with five-star junior Max Christie


sits as one of the top guard prospects in the 2021 class and has not been at a loss for quality college landing spots whenever it may time to commit. A 6-foot-5, long and wiry guard, Christie’s pedigree and talent base is top notch which sets him apart from many of his peers nationally. Christie discusses how his season finished and feelings for the coronavirus. (Rivals.com)

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