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Breaking down how Justin Edwards fits at Kentucky


is a lefty wing with good positional size who can really score. His best weapons right now are the mid-range area. He has a good understanding of how to get to his spots and the high-release to be able to score over top of most contesting defenders with his pull-up game. Edwards is a versatile scorer who poses a threat at all three levels. (247 Sports)

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Breaking down how Justin Edwards fits at Kentucky


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