Taylor Bowen's unlikely journey from refugee camp to elite basketball recruit


The son of refugees, born in a refugee camp, has become the target of some of the country's top college basketball programs, and the best is still to come for the top-25 recruit. Four schools have made him a priority: Duke, Arkansas, Kansas, and Providence - and at the National Prep Showcase, a Kansas assistant spent two days tracking him. (247 Sports)

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Taylor Bowen's unlikely journey from refugee camp to elite basketball recruit


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