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August 24, 2015

After spending his offseason working out on his own with a trainer, 2017 Aubrey Wallace is ready to be exposed as he heads into his junior season.

Right now, the 6-foot-3 guard has heard very slight interest from two Division I programs, and is eager to see his recruitment ramp-up soon.

“I heard from Towson, and George Mason has talked to me a little. I received a phone call from Towson, they just said they really liked me, but they said my grades have to get better and I’m going to work on that this year,” said Wallace.

“And I was at a camp with Westlake and then after the camp a George Mason coach said he liked my style of play, and he liked how I run the floor. That’s (recruitment) all I think about really, I really stress over it and I’m really working. I know hard work pays off.”

While working out on his own this offseason, Wallace said he worked to improve his body, and tighten his handles.

“I’ve been in the gym working out with my trainer, and I just made a big transfer to Capital Christian, so I just want to

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