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UNC commit Zayden High keeps skills sharp after growth spurt: ‘Being this tall now, it’s lethal’


UNC Basketball commit , standing at 6-foot-10, regularly plays the center spot in Arizona Compass’ starting five, but three years ago, he was just a little over six feet tall and played in his hometown high school’s backcourt. Despite his eight-inch growth spurt in the last three years, High has maintained his ball handling skills and shooting ability. (Mass Live)

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UNC commit Zayden High keeps skills sharp after growth spurt: ‘Being this tall now, it’s lethal’


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