Chansky’s Notebook: L&M Boys, Part 2


Half of the famed L&M Boys along with , who I featured yesterday, was the first five-star recruit signed by . He was from Pennsylvania, where Duke won the recruiting landscape with three Final Four teams in the early 1960s. But instead of following his state-mates to Durham, Miller wanted to build something of his own in Chapel Hill. (Chapelboro.com)

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