Five-star junior Lee Dort discusses his recruitment and game


His guardian and coach Derrick Shelby used the word ‘Beast’ to describe Top-20 prospect and five-star junior . The 6-foot-10 center helped lead North Dallas Adventist Academy Sentinel to a 35-6 season and Texas Christian Athletic Fellowship state title. He averaged nearly 18 points per game and grabbed an astonishing 17.3 rebounds. (Stock Risers)

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Five-star junior Lee Dort discusses his recruitment and game


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