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Wendell Carter is the No. 4 recruit in the 2017 basketball class. The day has come for him to decide where he will be attending college.
The avid fan of acting wanted to commit as one of his favorite movie characters—James Bond.
Carter, a student at Pace Academy in Atlanta, will not only bring his talented game to the school he chooses; he will also be an academic standout. The 5-star recruit currently sports a 3.8 GPA in high school.
He has narrowed down his choices to four schools: hometown Georgia and Georgia Tech, Duke, and Harvard. Which school will 007 choose?
All recruiting rankings and information courtesy of Scout.
Special thanks to Pace Academy in Atlanta for the use of its facilities.