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Posted On: 11/18/15 6:00 PM

Most of the class has yet to come off the board but the twins from Lafayette Christian (Kalob and Jacob Ledoux) have signed with McNeese and two sport star Tyree Thompson is supposed to sign today to play both baseball and basketball. That leaves most of the shooting guards in the state available.

Malik Crowfield and Herb McGee find themselves on numerous lists thanks to their consistent winning throughout the years. As talented of a duo on the wings as you can ask for. They play both sides of the court but despite numerous titles (both HS and grassroots) and great fit and talent at their position, still haven't been recruited as highly as they should.

Troy Green and Tolliver Freeman are built the same way on the court as physical match-ups who can score off the drive, on the block, or with he jumpshot. Freeman could be headed Ivy league while Green has plenty of in state and surrounding areas coming hard.

Jordan Adebutu and Noah Griffin are you high level shooters that have spent the past years proving they are more than just that. Late blooming athleticism and increased roles will help them flourish. Like many others though, Michael Bryant should likely be labeled a combo guard. His best work is done with

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