Efton Reid turned down the Overtime Elite league because they plan to play against prep schools


Five-star center turned down the Overtime Elite league in favor of attending LSU because the new pro league plans to play against prep school opponents in its inaugural season in 2021-22, Reid’s mother said recently. Somewhere during the recruiting process, Reid and his mother had at least one Zoom call with the Overtime Elite league. (Zag's Blog)

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Efton Reid turned down the Overtime Elite league because they plan to play against prep schools


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