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Ranking The Contenders For 4-Star Forward T.J. Power


The No. 60 prospect in the 2023 basketball recruiting class, T.J. Power has a top five of UNC, Virginia, Duke, Iowa, and Boston College. Here we rank Power’s final five schools in order of likelihood to land his commitment. 3. North Carolina: What could set UNC apart is that its commitment list isn’t quite as crowded and the style of play suits him well. (Rivals.com)

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Ranking The Contenders For 4-Star Forward T.J. Power


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