Son of former UNC football player, Julius Reese Jr., 13, making a name for himself
Posted Aug 25, 2017
Julius Reese Jr. is not your average 13-year-old. Reese, a rising eighth-grader, is gaining the attention from college basketball coaches across the country. While competing in the AAU Division I National Basketball Championship this summer, Reese helped lead his team, the CP3 All-Stars, to the Number One spot in the country for the 13 and under age division.
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