Ranking the Contenders for MacKenzie Mgbako

One of the most coveted prospects in the 2023 basketball recruiting class, MacKenzie Mgbako sits at No. 2 in the Rivals150 for 2023. He’s unlikely to make a college decision until the summer at the earliest, as he’d like to take additional visits before making the call on his future. Still, Mgbako’s recruitment is taking shape. 1. Duke. 2. Kentucky. 3. Memphis. (


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Ranking the Contenders for MacKenzie Mgbako

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