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    I have a general idea where the following played their HS ball, but if someone could supply that info, I'd appreciate it:

    Drew McDonald
    Carson Williams
    Taveion Hollingsworth
    Matt Wilson
    DeAndre Dishman
    Terry Taylor
    Quentin Goodin
    Evan Hall
    Justin Miller
    Aric Holman
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rez View Post
    Aric Holman at Miss St is averaging 21.7 ppg and 7.3 rpg. 67% FG, 60% 3Pt
    Sorry, should have been 13.1 ppg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcjkbt View Post
    I have a general idea where the following played their HS ball, but if someone could supply that info, I'd appreciate it:

    Drew McDonald
    Carson Williams
    Taveion Hollingsworth
    Matt Wilson
    DeAndre Dishman
    Terry Taylor
    Quentin Goodin
    Evan Hall
    Justin Miller
    Aric Holman
    Drew McDonald - NCC
    Carson Williams - Owen Co
    Taveion Hollingsworth - Dunbar
    Matt Wilson - Campbell Co
    DeAndre Dishman - Bryan Station
    Terry Taylor -Bowling Green
    Quentin Goodin - Taylor Co
    Evan Hall - Knott Co Central
    Justin Miller - Owensboro
    Aric Holman - Owensboro

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    Snider UL

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    Kelan Martin is my choice. He’s had a great career at Butler.

    Terry Taylor and Taveion Hollingsworth are off to great starts also.

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    I would say the ones actually doing the most for their respective teams would be Martin at Butler and McDonald at NKU followed closely by Williams

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4 Quarters View Post
    I would say the ones actually doing the most for their respective teams would be Martin at Butler and McDonald at NKU followed closely by Williams
    I don't know if he'll ever catch Larry Bird, but that young man is a handful on the court.

    Just not one of Wireman's hands...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rez View Post
    Aric Holman at Miss St is averaging 21.7 ppg and 7.3 rpg. 67% FG, 60% 3Pt
    Quote Originally Posted by Rez View Post
    Sorry, should have been 13.1 ppg.
    Still pretty darned efficient for 21.7 minutes per game. Especially with the 1.3 blocks pg.

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    Kelan Martin scores 37 tonight as Butler defeats Marquette.

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    Jordan Majors at Florida Tech is avg 21 ppg, 4 rpg, and 4 apg.

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    Tray Hollowell from University Heights is at Wofford in the socon and helped them beat UNC and is averaging around 6 points per game as a freshman. He’s getting more and more minutes for a team that could make the NCAA.

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    Also Tyrik Edwards is playing at Jacksonville State, I'm not sure on his stats but they beat Murray State the other night. Eli Pepper at Lipscomb should definitely be considered, he's one of their best players and had a highlight real dunk on Moe Bamba at Texas earlier in the season.

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    He may not be the best but Ray Spaulding at UofL has really improved.

    11.4 points per game a 9.3 rebounds. Almost averaging a double double. With his height and his wing span, he could be playing himself into a NBA contract

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