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Summer Scouting Series: the EYBL's best 2023 wings


Our post-summer analysis of the EYBL began with the big men and moved on to an extremely deep and versatile group of forwards last wing. The wings differentiate themselves from that group both by being more perimeter oriented on both ends of the floor. My top six (because five proved to be too hard) includes Team Final’s . (247 Sports)

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Summer Scouting Series: the EYBL's best 2023 wings


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