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Marcus Bagley, brother of NBA player Marvin, announces top three schools

Arizona State men’s basketball coach Bobby Hurley has been in pursuit of prospect Marcus Bagley — younger brother of former Corona del Sol (Tempe, Arizona) standout Marvin Bagley III — for a while.
It appears Hurley is closer to seeing that pay off.
Marcus Bagley, a 6-foot-8, 220-pound forward out of Sheldon High School in Sacramento, announced over Twitter on Saturday night that he has narrowed his list of college choices to three: ASU and Pac-12 rivals Arizona and Cal. He also had offers from Florida State and Pittsburgh.

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Coffee runs? Not at Darius Bazley's New Balance internship out of high school

Darius Bazley, the former Princeton High School (Cincinnati) star who had the $1 million internship with New Balance out of high school, spoke about his decision in a video shared by the NBA Summer League twitter account.
Bazley was expected to be the first elite high school prospect to play for the G League instead of going the college route. Then, he elected to go with the New Balance internship.

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Bazley, 19, was drafted No. 23 in the NBA Draft and is on the Oklahoma City Thunder

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Ex-Harrison High School star Devin Funchess sad to see decorated school close

Harrison High School (Farmington Hills, Michigan) was the home of Michigan’s most decorated football program, but after 49 years, a state record 437 wins and 13 state championships later, the school closed following this past school year.  
But of the hundreds of talented players to play for the Hawks over the years, one is making sure their home field still sees potential NFL talent played on it.
Former Hawk, Michigan Wolverines and current Indianapolis Colts receiver Devin Funchess, held his fourth annual free youth football camp at Harrison on Saturday. He was sad about his school closing.
“I was kinda sad just because we had the biggest school in the district,” Funchess said prior to his camp Saturday

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IMG Academy gets another elite transfer in Lovasea Carroll

IMG Academy (Bradenton, Florida) is restocking its talent with the 2019 football season rapidly approaching.
On Wednesday, Chosen 25 cornerback Elias Ricks announced he would transfer to the Ascenders program after playing at Mater Dei (Santa Ana, California).
Two days later, another elite player announced he to will attend the Florida powerhouse.
Lovasea Carroll, a four-star 2021 South Carolina commit, tweeted Friday that he transfer to IMG Academy from Warren County (Warrenton, Georgia).
He is listed by the 247Sports Composite as the No

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Four-star SF Jalen Bridges focused on finishing adidas Gauntlet strong

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Five-star Jalen Johnson grew up hating Duke. Now, he's committed to play there

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Arkansas high school baseball player pleads no contest in hazing case

One of the two baseball players charged in the Arkansas high school baseball hazing case pleaded no contest this week.
Lorenz Fehrenbacher, a former baseball player at Bauxite (Arkansas) High School, was found guilty of misdemeanor charges of third-degree assault and hazing, according to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
A third-degree battery charge against Fehrenbacher was not prosecuted, according to KATV.
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Fehrenbacher must pay $810 and is not allowed to have any contact with the alleged victims or families, according to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
The case of the other player facing hazing accusations, Gage Lester, was still pending in court as of Thursday, according to the outlet

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Sydney Parrish eyes title with Oregon, but has something to prove first

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