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August 30, 2015

After a strong sophomore season at McDonogh, and a 16U season spent with Maryland 3D, Jaedon Willis is emerging as one of 2017s most sought after point guards.

The 6-foot prospect has started to see his recruitment ramp-up of late, and the wheels are in motion, with four Division I programs having an inside track on the junior-to-be.

“I’ve had some interest from American, Loyola, Towson, and Sienna. They came to some of my workouts for McDonogh, and they talked to me and told me that they really liked me, and they want to see how I do over the next two years,” said Willis.

“American texted me and talked to my parents and my head coach at McDonogh. They probably have the strongest interest in me, then I went to their elite camp as well. So American is probably the team out of the four that really likes me.”

While spending his summer with Maryland 3D, Willis cited that it was his basketball savvy and IQ that flourished.

“I thought I saw the most improvement in my overall understanding of the game. I slowed down a lot, last year I was just trying to do things

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