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Lex Butler
Back • 5-10, 175
Anderson, S.C. • Westside

  • Three-year letterman at Westside under Ted Luckadoo
  • Listed as the 68th-top cornerback in the nation by ESPN.com
  • Missed entire senior season due to injury
  • Despite not playing in 2008, received All-Mid Atlantic Region honors from SuperPrep
  • As a junior, recorded 80 tackles, 15 pass breakups and one interception as Westside went 10-3 record with a state playoff appearance
  • Earned all-area honors in junior season
  • Helped Westside to 9-4 ledger, region championship and state playoff berth as a sophomore
  • Also lettered in track and field
  • Son of Lee Butler and Angel Yeldell
  • Brother, Lee, is a member of the Duke football program
  • Born August 9, 1991

August Campbell
Back • 6-3, 215
Nassau, Bahamas • Christ (N.C.) School

  • Three-year letterman at Christ School under Michael Williamson and Jamie Auch
  • Three-time all-conference and two-time all-state pick
  • Had 91 tackles, four sacks, three fumble recoveries and two interceptions while scoring four defensive touchdowns during senior campaign
  • Posted 82 tackles, five sacks and three interceptions as a junior
  • Helped Christ School to consecutive state playoff berths in 2007 and 2008
  • Posted career totals of 237 tackles, 16 sacks, seven interceptions and seven fumble recoveries while scoring six defensive touchdowns on four interception returns and two fumble returns
  • Also lettered in baseball
  • Son of Blanch and Edmund Campbell
  • Born August 13, 1990

Walt Canty
Back • 6-0, 220
Roebuck, S.C. • Dorman

  • Three-year letterman at Dorman under David Gutshall
  • Charted as the 26th-top safety in the nation and the 15th-best overall prospect in South Carolina by Rivals.com
  • Charted as one of the top 25 overall prospects in South Carolina by the Charlotte Observer
  • As a senior, posted 84 tackles and four interceptions while rushing for 501 yards and 16 touchdowns as Dorman went 13-1, was ranked as high as No. 12 in the USA Today national rankings and advanced to the state 4A Division I semifinals
  • Named all-state in 2008 by the Associated Press
  • Area Defensive Player of the Year pick by the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
  • All-Mid Atlantic Region pick by SuperPrep
  • Earned defensive MVP honors of the annual Shrine Bowl after posting four tackles including two for loss and helping South Carolina hold North Carolina to 120 yards of offense in a 24-16 win
  • In the Shrine Bowl, rushed four times for 63 yards including a nine-yard touchdown run and returned four punts for 55 yards
  • High school teammate of fellow Duke signee Taylor Sowell
  • Son of Donna and Walter Canty
  • Born October 28, 1990

Ross Cockrell
Back • 6-0, 170
Waxhaw, N.C. • Latin

  • Two-year letterman under Larry McNulty at Charlotte Latin
  • Charted as the 74th-top cornerback in the nation by Scout.com
  • Listed as the 76th-best cornerback in the country by Rivals.com
  • In senior season, had 29 receptions for 459 yards and 11 touchdowns while posting 34 tackles and three interceptions as Latin went 9-3 and reached the state championship game
  • Helped Latin to a 13-0 record and state title as a junior by catching 41 passes for 806 yards and seven touchdowns and compiling 38 tackles and nine interceptions with four defensive touchdowns
  • Scored six defensive touchdowns during prep career
  • Two-time all-conference and all-state selection
  • Also lettered in basketball and track and field, earning all-conference honors in both sports
  • At the NCISAA 3A state championship track and field meet, placed first in the 100-meter, 200-meter, 400-meter and 4x400-meter relay competitions
  • Son of Serena and Keith Cockrell
  • Father played football at Columbia University
  • Born August 6, 1991

John Coleman
Line • 6-5, 280
Florence, S.C. • West Florence

  • Three-year letterman under Trey Woodberry
  • Listed as the 64th-best offensive tackle in the nation by ESPN.com
  • Charted by SCVarsity.com as the seventh-best offensive lineman and the 57th-top overall prospect in South Carolina
  • Earned All-Pee Dee honors from the Florence Morning News after helping West Florence to a 7-5 mark and state playoff berth
  • All-Mid Atlantic Region pick by SuperPrep
  • Named a 2008-09 Carolina Panthers Community Captain for excellence in athletics, academics and community service
  • Helped the South squad to a 24-14 win in the annual South Carolina North-South All-Star game on December 13, 2008 in Myrtle Beach
  • Received all-region honors following junior season
  • Also lettered in basketball and weightlifting
  • High school teammate of fellow Duke signee Sydney Sarmiento
  • Son of Lillian and John Coleman
  • Father played football at South Carolina
  • Born June 21, 1990

John Drew
Line • 6-1, 315
Midland, Ga. • Northside

  • Four-year letterman at Northside-Columbus under Paul Cates
  • Charted as the top defensive tackle in Georgia and the 21st-best defensive tackle in the country by ESPN.com
  • Listed as the 211th-best overall prospect and the 20th-best defensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com
  • Also charted by Rivals.com as the fifth-top run-stuffer among defensive tackles in the country and the 14th-best overall prospect in Georgia
  • Listed as the 40th-best defensive tackle in the nation by Scout.com
  • Recorded 72 tackles and seven sacks during senior season
  • All-Dixie Region pick by SuperPrep
  • Honorable mention AAA all-state pick by the Associated Press and Georgia Sports Writers Association
  • Named to the Georgia 150 by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • With five tackles, helped the South team to a 17-0 win in the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Classic
  • Two-time All-Bi City selection by the Ledger-Enquirer
  • Logged 70 tackles and nine sacks as a junior
  • Finished career with 223 tackles and 19 sacks
  • Also lettered in basketball and track and field
  • Son of Chandra and Roderick Drew
  • Born July 2, 1991

Jack Farrell
Line • 6-2, 225
Atlanta, Ga. • Holy Innocents’

  • Three-year letterman under Ryan Livezey at Holy Innocents’
  • Charted as the 76th-top tight end in the country by ESPN.com
  • Listed as the 100th-best tight end in the nation by Scout.com
  • Named to the Georgia 150 by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • As a senior, caught 13 passes for 258 yards while helping Holy Innocents’ to a 9-4 record and state playoff berth
  • Served as team captain and earned first team all-area and all-region in 2008
  • Had 24 catches for 324 yards during junior season and received Atlanta All-Northside honors
  • Helped Holy Innocents’ to three-year record of 20-14 with two state playoff appearances
  • Also lettered baseball and helped Holy Innocents’ to AA state championship in 2007
  • Son of John and Susan Farrell
  • Father played football at Dickinson College
  • Born May 30, 1990

Joey Finison
Line • 6-4, 280
Greensboro, N.C. • Ragsdale

  • Three-year letterman at Ragsdale under Tommy Norwood
  • Started 36 career games, helping the Tigers to a 27-10 record and three state playoff berths
  • Guided Ragsdale to a 13-1 record in 2008
  • First team All-Area pick by the Greensboro News & Record as a senior
  • Also earned all-conference honors and Ragsdale’s Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman award
  • Two-time all-region choice in track and field
  • Also lettered the track and field, earning conference crowns in both the discus and shot put
  • Son of Joseph and Tisha Finison
  • Born June 11, 1991

Justin Foxx
Line • 6-3, 230
Charlotte, N.C. • Victory Christian

  • Three-year letterman at Victory Christian under Frank Crockett
  • Tabbed the 27th-best weakside defensive end in the nation and the 13th-top overall prospect in North Carolina by Rivals.com
  • Recorded 85 tackles and 17 sacks as a senior en route to earning all-state accolades
  • All-Mid Atlantic Region pick by SuperPrep
  • As a junior, compiled 11 sacks and seven caused fumbles
  • Helped Victory Christian to 19 wins over three seasons
  • Also lettered in basketball
  • Son of Jethro and Vernetta Foxx
  • Born May 30, 1991

Austin Gamble
Back • 6-1, 230
Weston, Fl. • Cypress Bay

  • Three-year letterman at Cypress Bay under Mark Guandolo
  • Listed as the 35th-top inside linebacker in the country by ESPN.com
  • Charted as the 44th-best strongside linebacker in the nation by Scout.com
  • Listed as the 55th-top inside linebacker in the country by Rivals.com
  • As a senior, posted 115 tackles, six sacks, two fumble recoveries and one interception as Cypress Bay went 10-2
  • Florida Sports Writers Association 6A third team all-state pick
  • Earned first team all-county honors
  • Helped Cypress Bay to a three-year record of 28-7 with three state playoff appearances
  • Also lettered in track and field
  • Earned district and region crowns while finishing fifth in the state in the discus
  • Claimed district and region titles while placing sixth in the state in the shot put
  • Son of Sharon and John Gamble
  • Father serves as the Director of Player Development for the Miami Dolphins
  • Born September 27, 1990

Corey Gattis
Back • 5-11, 170
Durham, N.C. • Hillside

  • Three-year letterman at Hillside under Ray Harrison
  • Listed as the 31st-best overall prospect in North Carolina by Rivals.com
  • Area Offensive Player of the Year selection by the Durham Herald-Sun after accounting for over 3,300 total yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior
  • In 2008, completed 198-of-275 passes for 2,606 yards with 15 touchdowns against just four interceptions while rushing for 760 yards with nine TDs as Hillside went 12-2-1 record and advanced to the state playoff semifinal game
  • Earned PAC-6 Offensive Back of the Year honors
  • Played in the annual Shrine Bowl, catching two passes for 10 yards
  • Helped Hillside to 11-3 ledger and state playoff third round as a junior by throwing for over 3,000 yards with 29 touchdowns while rushing for 550 yards and seven scores
  • For his career, completed 432-of-675 passes for 5,988 yards with 46 touchdowns
  • Three-time all-conference and two-time all-area honoree
  • Helped Hillside to a three-year record of 33-8-1 with three state playoff berths
  • Prep teammate of fellow Duke signee Desmond Scott
  • Also lettered in baseball and track and field
  • Son of Angela and Timothy Pittman
  • Born April 19, 1991

Tyree Glover
Back • 6-2, 240
Crescent City, Fla. • Crescent City

  • Three-year letterman at Crescent City under Al Wisnoski
  • Listed as the 100th-best outside linebacker in the nation by ESPN.com
  • As a senior, registered a school single-season record 154 tackles with 12 tackles for loss, 10 caused fumbles, two sacks and two interceptions
  • Putnam County Player of the Year by the Palatka Daily News in 2008
  • District 5 Player of the Year pick by the Florida Athletic Coaches Association
  • Class 2B first team all-state pick by the Florida Sports Writers Association
  • Tabbed to the Florida Athletic Coaches Association District V all-star team and played for the North squad in the FACA All-Star game, recording 11 tackles in the contest
  • Two-time first team All-Putnam County selection
  • Finished career with 217 tackles, 16 tackles for loss, 14 caused fumbles and four interceptions
  • Son of Lolether Crooms
  • Born March 20, 1991

Zach Greene
Back • 5-10, 170
Raleigh, N.C. • Leesville Road

  • Enrolled at Duke in January, 2009
  • Three-year letterman at Leesville Road under David Green
  • Listed as the 67th-best cornerback in the nation by Scout.com
  • Charted as one of the top 25 overall prospects in North Carolina by the Charlotte Observer
  • Three-time all-conference selection
  • As a senior, posted 45 tackles, two interceptions and a 34.8-yard average on kickoff returns
  • Registered 58 tackles and three interceptions during junior season
  • Helped Leesville Road to three-year record of 35-7 with three state playoff appearances
  • Had 88 career pass receptions for 1,282 yards and 13 TDs
  • Returned four career kickoffs for touchdowns
  • Served as team captain as a senior
  • Also lettered in track and field, earning all-conference honors as a junior
  • Son of Dwayne and Kim Greene
  • Father played football at N.C. State, lettering four years (1980; 82-84) and recording 73 tackles and three interceptions as a junior and 68 tackles and two interceptions in senior season
  • Born May 28, 1990

Kyle Griswould
Back • 5-10, 180
Midland, Ga. • Shaw

  • Three-year letterman at Shaw under Scott Newman
  • Rushed 237 times for 1,534 yards and 11 touchdowns while catching 25 passes for 326 yards and two scores during senior season
  • Rushed for over 100 yards in 10 games including a career-high 270 yards on 29 attempts versus Peach County in the second round of the state playoffs
  • Named to the Georgia 150 by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • Honorable mention AAA all-state pick by the Associated Press and Georgia Sports Writers Association
  • Rushed six times for 24 yards to help the South team to a 17-0 win in the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Classic
  • Two-time All-Bi-City honoree
  • In junior season, had 1,319 yards on the ground and 466 yards through the air while accounting for 17 total touchdowns
  • Picked up 718 rushing yards and 426 receiving yards as a sophomore as Shaw went 14-1 and reached the state championship game
  • Rushed for over 3,500 career yards with over 1,200 receiving yards
  • Helped Shaw to a three-year ledger of 30-9 with three state playoff berths
  • Also lettered in basketball and track and field, earning a region title in the triple jump
  • Son of Cleo and Gordon Griswould
  • Born January 28, 1991

Ryan Hall
Line • 6-3, 235
Orlando, Fla. • Olympia

  • Enrolled at Duke in January, 2009
  • Three-year letterman at Olympia under Bob Head
  • Charted as the 37th-best tight end in the nation by Rivals.com and the 46th-top tight end in the country by Scout.com
  • Had 22 catches for 236 yards and two TDs as a senior
  • Tabbed 6A third team all-state by the Florida Sports Writers Association
  • Named to the All-Central Florida first team by the Orlando Sentinel
  • Helped Olympia to 16 wins over final two seasons
  • Two-time recipient of Olympia’s Outstanding Offensive Player honor
  • Also lettered in baseball
  • Son of Laura and Jeff Hall
  • Born March 22, 1991

Dave Harding
Line • 6-4, 290
Orlando, Fla. • Boone

  • Three-year letterman at Boone under Phil Ziglar
  • Participated in the annual Under Armour All-American Game on January 4, 2009 in Orlando, Fla.
  • Listed as the 33rd-best offensive guard in the nation by Rivals.com
  • Tabbed the 44th-top offensive tackle in the country by Scout.com
  • Serving as team captain, helped Boone to a 11-3 record and appearance in the state playoff semifinals in senior season
  • Named 6A first team all-state by the Florida Sports Writers Association
  • All-Dixie Region pick by SuperPrep
  • Named to the All-Central Florida first team by the Orlando Sentinel
  • Also earned all-conference and all-county honors and played in the Florida East-West all-star game
  • First team all-metro pick as a junior as Boone went 14-1 and reached the state title game
  • Helped Boone to a three-year ledger of 34-9
  • Also lettered in track and field
  • Son of David and Merrie Harding
  • Father played soccer at N.C. State
  • Mother earned a master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Duke in 1987
  • Born January 1, 1991

Garett Patterson
Back • 6-0, 180
Chesterfield, Va. • Monacan

  • Three-year letterman at Monacan under Danny Parsons
  • Listed as the 82nd-best safety in the nation by ESPN.com
  • First team all-state choice by the Associated Press as a senior
  • Also earned first team all-district and all-region honors from the Richmond Times-Dispatch
  • As a senior, posted 81 tackles and two interceptions
  • Had 90 tackles and two interceptions as a junior to earn first team all-district honors
  • Carded 65 tackles and two interceptions during sophomore season
  • Son of Yvette and Martin Patterson
  • Born December 28, 1989

Brandon Putnam
Line • 6-3, 240
Peachtree City, Ga. • Sandy Creek

  • Four-year letterman at Sandy Creek under Chip Walker
  • Listed as the 58th-best weakside defensive end in the country by Rivals.com
  • Named to the Georgia 150 by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • As a senior, posted 54 tackles with seven tackles for loss, two sacks and four fumble recoveries as Sandy Creek went 11-1 and reached the state playoffs
  • First team all-county and all-region pick following senior season
  • Named first team all-county as a junior after compiling 57 tackles, nine tackles for loss and five sacks
  • Helped Sandy Creek to a four-year ledger of 32-14 with four playoff berths
  • Also lettered in basketball
  • Son of Barney and Leslie Putnam
  • Born October 11, 1990

Kevin Rojas
Back • 6-3, 210
Raleigh, N.C. • Wakefield

  • Enrolled at Duke in January, 2009
  • Three-year letterman at Wakefield under J.D. Dinwiddie
  • Listed as the 67th-best weakside linebacker in the nation by Scout.com
  • Two-time all-conference selection
  • Helped Wakefield to consecutive playoff berths in 2007 and 2008
  • Had 550 receiving yards and four touchdowns in senior season
  • As a junior, posted 73 tackles with two interceptions
  • Also lettered in track and field
  • Son of Augie and Rose Rojas
  • Born July 24, 1991

Sydney Sarmiento
Line • 6-4, 265
Florence, S.C. • West Florence

  • Enrolled into Duke in January, 2009
  • Four-year letterman at West Florence under Trey Woodberry
  • Charted as the 71st-best defensive end in the nation by ESPN.com
  • Earned all-region honors as a senior after posting 70 tackles with 10 quarterback sacks as West Florence went 7-5
  • All-Mid Atlantic Region pick by SuperPrep
  • Helped the South squad to a 24-14 win in the annual South Carolina North-South All-Star game on December 13, 2008 in Myrtle Beach
  • Had 62 tackles with nine sacks as a junior
  • High school teammate of fellow Duke signee John Coleman
  • Son of Ramon and Tenya Sarminto
  • Born April 5, 1991

Sean Schroeder
Quarterback • 6-3, 185
Laguna Niguel, Calif. • Dana Hills

  • Three-year letterman at Dana Hills under Brent Melbon
  • Listed as the 29th-best quarterback in the nation by ESPN.com
  • Charted as the 39th-best quarterback in the country by Scout.com
  • Listed as the 42nd-best pro-style quarterback in the nation by Rivals.com
  • Three-time All-South Coast League selection
  • As a senior, completed 175-of-267 (.655) passes for 2,826 yards with 31 touchdowns and eight interceptions
  • Top games in 2008 came against El Modena (14-of-20, 390 yards & 5 TD) and Capistrano Valley (17-of-24, 322 yards & 6 TD)
  • All-Far West Region pick by SuperPrep
  • In junior season, earned all-league honors after leading Orange County in completion percentage after hitting on 126-of-189 (.667) passes
  • Completed 142-of-225 (.631) passes for 1,523 yards and 11 TDs in 2006
  • Two-year team captain
  • Established all game, season and career passing records at Dana Hills
  • Son of Maureen and Scott Schroeder
  • Sister, Samantha, played softball at Elon University
  • Born November 9, 1990

Desmond Scott
Back • 5-10, 185
Durham, N.C. • Hillside

  • Four-year letterman at Hillside under Ray Harrison
  • Charted as the top running back in North Carolina and the 23rd-best running back in the country by ESPN.com
  • Listed as the 134th-best overall prospect and fifth-top all-purpose back in the nation by Rivals.com
  • Also charted as the fifth-top overall prospect in North Carolina by Rivals.com
  • Tabbed the 30th-best running back in the nation by Scout.com
  • As a senior, rushed 256 times for 2,249 yards and 24 touchdown while catching 30 passes for 532 yards and five touchdowns
  • Added four kickoff returns for touchdowns as Hillside went 12-2-1 and reached the state playoff semifinals
  • All-America pick by SuperPrep
  • Tabbed to the Super Southern 100 by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • All-Southern choice by the Orlando Sentinel
  • Named 4A All-State by NCPreps.com
  • All-Area selection by the Durham Herald-Sun
  • Recorded 905 rushing yards and eight touchdowns along with 35 pass receptions for 625 yards and two scores as a junior
  • Posted 1,265 rushing yards and 252 receiving yards with 17 total touchdowns during sophomore campaign
  • Career prep totals were 568 rushing attempts for 4,690 yards and 63 touchdowns and 100 pass receptions for 1,630 yards and 11 TDs
  • Helped Hillside to a four-year record of 44-9-1 and four state playoff berths
  • Also lettered in track and field
  • Prep teammate of fellow Duke signee Corey Gattis
  • Son of Lisa and Tony Scott
  • Born November 12, 1990

Perry Simmons
Line • 6-5, 260
Raleigh, N.C. • Sanderson

  • Four-year letterman at Sanderson under Jason Tindal
  • Named 4A All-State by NCPreps.com following senior season
  • Selected to play in the 72nd annual Shrine Bowl
  • Named a 2008-09 Carolina Panthers Community Captain for excellence in athletics, academics and community service
  • Four-time all-conference honoree
  • Helped Sanderson to state playoff berths in each of his final two seasons
  • Also lettered in basketball and track and field
  • Son of Renee and Brette Simmons
  • Father lettered four years on the gridiron at Furman (1975-78) and was a two-time (1977-78) All-Southern Conference tight end who finished with 82 career receptions for 1,197 yards and nine touchdowns while captaining the Paladins to the 1978 league championship
  • Father also served on the football coaching staff at N.C. State from 1987-98
  • Born November 18, 1990

Taylor Sowell
Back • 5-11, 190
Spartanburg, S.C. • Dorman

  • Two-year letterman at Dorman under David Gutshall
  • Listed as the 27th-top cornerback in the country by ESPN.com
  • Charted as the 57th-top cornerback in the nation by Scout.com
  • Tabbed the 65th-best cornerback in the nation by Rivals.com
  • All-Area selection by the Spartanburg Herald-Journal in 2008 after posting 24 tackles, seven pass breakups and three interceptions
  • In 2008, helped Dorman to a 13-1 record, national ranking as high as No. 12 by USA Today national rankings and berth the state 4A Division I semifinals
  • Had 43 tackles and six interceptions as a junior while Dorman went 10-3 and reached the second round of the state playoffs
  • Participated in the annual South Carolina North-South All-Star game
  • All-Mid Atlantic Region pick by SuperPrep
  • High school teammate of fellow Duke signee Walt Canty
  • Son of Karl and Rhonda Sowell
  • Born January 18, 1991

Conner Vernon
Back • 6-1, 180
Miami, Fla. • Gulliver Prep

  • Three-year letterman at Gulliver Prep under Earl Simms
  • As a senior, caught 60 passes for 1,163 yards and 11 touchdowns
  • Led the Miami area in receiving yards in 2008 while helping Gulliver Prep to a 12-2 record and berth in the Florida 2A state championship game
  • Also averaged 44.4 yards per punt
  • Class 2A first team all-state pick by the Florida Sports Writers Association
  • All-Dade County pick by the Miami Herald
  • Had 48 catches for 825 yards and seven touchdowns to earn second team all-county accolades as a junior as team went 9-2 with a state playoff berth
  • Finished career with 131 receptions for 2,668 yards and 22 TDs
  • Also lettered in track and field
  • Son of Thiana and Robert Vernon
  • Cousin, Al Del Greco (1980-83) and uncle, Jorge Portela (1977-79), both played football at Auburn
  • Born August 18, 1990

Tyree Watkins
Back • 6-1, 195
Camden, N.J. • Camden

  • Four-year letterman at Camden under Thomas Hanson
  • Charted as the 64th-best wide receiver in the nation and the 15th-top overall prospect in New Jersey by Rivals.com
  • Tabbed the 100th-best wide receiver in the country by Scout.com
  • Logged 28 receptions for 419 yards and four touchdowns as a senior while posting 44 tackles, three sacks and three interceptions on defense
  • Added 336 punt return yards and one kickoff return for a touchdown during senior campaign
  • All-South Jersey selection by the Philadelphia Inquirer
  • All-Northeast Region pick by SuperPrep
  • As a junior, had 70 receptions for 989 yards and 13 touchdowns while registering 32 tackles, five sacks and five interceptions
  • Son of Katrina Watkins and Brad Butler
  • Born September 10, 1991

Anthony Young-Wiseman
Back • 6-1, 200
Bethesda, Md. • Walt Whitman

  • Three-year letterman at Walt Whitman under James Kuhn
  • As a senior, had 389 yards passing, 558 yards rushing and 216 yards receiving while accounting for 14 total touchdowns
  • All-State choice by the Maryland Coaches Association following senior campaign
  • All-Mid Atlantic Region pick by SuperPrep
  • In junior season, threw for 749 yards and eight touchdowns while rushing for 625 yards and six scores while helping Walt Whitman to the state playoffs
  • Two-time Honorable Mention All-Met pick by the Washington Post
  • Two-time first team all-county selection
  • Selected to play in the Maryland High School Football All-Star Game
  • Also lettered in basketball and track and field
  • Son of Shawn Yancy and Marcus Wiseman
  • Born October 10, 1990

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