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Top 25 sophomore Jordan Smith Jr. has pro upside and a bundle of early offers


The No. 22-ranked basketball recruit in the class of 2026, Jr’s talent is no secret. Word has been out on the sophomore guard for some time now and his offer list reflects that. Syracuse, Kansas State, Providence, Georgetown have already made things official, and a number of other heavy hitters are monitoring the four-star prospect closely. (Rivals.com)

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Top 25 sophomore Jordan Smith Jr. has pro upside and a bundle of early offers


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