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Street Interviews: PJ Williams

Findlay Prep didn't get the victory, but PJ Washington showed why he is one of the most dominant players in the country. Washington even showed his range, knocking down two threes early in the first quarter. Washington is one of six stellar recruits that will be playing for John Calipari next year in Lexington. Before he gets there, though, he wants to make a trip to New York in late March for the National Championship.

 

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Street Interviews: Emmitt Williams

We caught up with the heart and soul of IMG Academy (FL), Emmitt Williams, after the Ascenders defeated Greenforest (GA) 76-43 at the Cancer Research Classic in Wheeling, West Virginia. The junior guard/forward is one of the most athletic players in the country and entertaining. Already a natural at doing interviews, Williams is focus on his future and dreams of NBA stardom.
 

 

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Street Interviews: Brian Bowen

Brian Bowen is one of the top players in the class of 2017. We caught up with the unorthodox shooting guard after he helped lead La Lumiere to a 6-54 win over Findlay Prep at the Cancer Research Classic in Wheeling, West Virginia. Bowen explains his versatile style of play and playing in a big game apart of the top high school team in the country.
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Street Interviews: Immanuel Quickley

We caught up with Quickley after he and John Carroll defeated rival school, Calvert Hall, 76-43. Prior to the game, Quickley was honored for scoring his 1,000 career point, which is amazing because he still has another year of high school left.

 

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Street Interviews: Montez Mathis

Montez spent a season at Oak Hill before coming back home to Maryland. Playing at John Carroll puts alongside Immanuel Quickley, making them one of the best backcourts in the country and probably the best in the state of Maryland.

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