Elite PG Richard Isaacs Jr. a Hot Commodity in 2022


may be one of the top point guards in the country, but he’s never had an issue with sharing the ball, whether that means finding the open man or splitting floor general duties with another elite point guard. Kansas, Oregon, Iowa, Arizona State, Xavier and others are all applying the full-court recruiting press for the 6-foot-2 point guard. (Sports Illustrated)

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Elite PG Richard Isaacs Jr. a Hot Commodity in 2022


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