ACC Basketball Recruiting Roundup: Nov. 27, 2008

Marcus ShockleyCorrespondent IJanuary 20, 2017
Some minor notes today...Jamil Wilson (SF, 6′7″, 2009), the slashing player who was at one time listing Duke as a possibility, seems to have completely moved away from the Blue Devils and is leaning more towards Michigan State, Texas, Oregon, or Marquette. We are moving our tracking of Wilson over to our Basketball Recruiting blog, where we discuss national players.
Wilson is not expected to decide on a school until March, but he has said he was impressed with his visit to Michigan State, and it seems that if he was to decide before then, possibly the Spartans would be the team he’d go with.

John Henson Makes an Impact

If you are a high school basketball coach, hearing that a 6′10″ player suddenly transferred to your school is great news. When that player is UNC recruiting commitment John Henson (SF, 6′10″, 2009), a player who has a great shot at being a first round NBA pick, it’s the surprise of a career.

John Henson arrived at Florida’s Sickles High School and made an impact before he’d even played a game or attended a practice, putting the high school into the national recruiting scene. He continues to bring good fortune to the school and should make them a serious contender for the state title. Yeah, he’s that good.

ACC fans who root against Carolina are not going to like the lineup next season of Davis, Zeller, and Henson—three players who will likely all end up in the NBA.

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