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21 hours ago, Demo said:

Was lucky enough to see Garnett play at a couple of summer events in, I believe, ‘94. Putting the talent aside, he was about as percolating a competitor as I’ve seen at the high school level. He was almost unnerving in the way he wanted to just stomp guys. When he came out there was a lot of speculation whether a HS kid could hold up physically and emotionally in the League.I remember thinking, you can if you’re wired like that kid.

I think INTENSE is his middle name

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Samad Hines in a piece captioned Which Prospects Have Had a Stock Rising Spring Season --

The 6-foot-9 forward Noah Clowney, out of South Carolina powerhouse Dorman High School, did not come in with much national attention this spring but has earned his recognition with his consistent play running with Team Dickerson (GA), one of the top independent AAU programs in the nation. Clowney was one of my potential stockrisers coming into this AAU season. At his size, he is a consistent rim runner, holds a nice versatile game, has shown he can connect on perimeter shots, length allows him to alter shots and/or block them, and effective on the glass. Since March, Noah has picked up multiple offers and interest from colleges. Schools like Appalachian State, Providence, Clemson, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Georgia, and Tennessee have offered.

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