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Harrison Ingram Includes UNC In Top 6


One of the most versatile recruits in all of high school basketball, 5-star wing has continued to ascend the Rivals150 and sits as the eighth-best prospect in America. While we don’t quite know where he will begin his college career, we do know that it will be at one of six schools: Harvard, Howard, Michigan, North Carolina, Purdue, or Stanford. (Rivals.com)

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