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Where are some of the best leaning in their basketball recruitment?


is now down to five, though Indiana State would be a shocker. Recently the 6-foot-8 forward made unofficial trips to Virginia and North Carolina, which has allowed him to see all of the schools that he is considering. One of the breakout players of the high school season, impressed with his ability to make shots and his athleticism. (247 Sports)

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Where are some of the best leaning in their basketball recruitment?


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