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Return visit to Gonzaga will be pivotal for five-star junior Isiah Harwell


As five-star prepares for his second trip to Gonzaga, which is already on the schedule for February 3, it’s certainly beginning to seem as though the visit will be a prime opportunity for Mark Few’s Bulldogs to separate themselves from the pack and, most notably, the Tar Heels. “Gonzaga recruited my oldest brother a while back,” Harwell said. (Rivals.com)

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Return visit to Gonzaga will be pivotal for five-star junior Isiah Harwell


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