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UNC Women's Basketball Commit Lanie Grant Is A Point Guard On The Rise


Class of 2025 point guard Lanie Grant committed to and UNC in November, and it's easy to see why: She is ultra-skilled and has emerged as one of the better guards in the country. She is so poised with the ball in her hands as she weaves through opposing defenses that it looks easy. She has a smooth jumper and range on her 3-ball. (ESPN.com)

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UNC Women's Basketball Commit Lanie Grant Is A Point Guard On The Rise


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