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Awards: Nike EYBL No. 3 in Indianapolis


The Nike Elite Youth Basketball League came through the suburbs of Indianapolis on Friday-through-Saturday. Top Performer: . Currently ranked No. 15 in the Rivals150, he showed what he is capable of when everything is clicking. The Canadian needs to add strength at the next level, but he has a sophisticated offensive package. (Rivals.com)

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Awards: Nike EYBL No. 3 in Indianapolis


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