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What does five-star Baye Fall bring to Arkansas?


First and foremost, is a big time athlete. He runs the basketball court like a sprinter with his long strides and he gets to top speed in a hurry. He flies to the rim to finish lobs in transition, he slams home offensive rebound opportunities and he has very good lateral quickness. Those athletic gifts have posed problems for others at the high school level. (247 Sports)

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What does five-star Baye Fall bring to Arkansas?


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