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On3 2022 Recruiting Roundtable: No.1 Consideration, significant risers, and more


Which basketball recruits did you consider for No. 1 and why? was really the only choice in my mind. After a string of dominating performances in Nike’s EYBL Bubble, he followed that up during the season with one dominant performance after another. His 22 points and 12 rebound showing against is probably the headline game. (On3.com)

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On3 2022 Recruiting Roundtable: No.1 Consideration, significant risers, and more


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