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Myles Turner blogs about the summer circuit, recruiting, and life off the court

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Myles Turner went from being unranked, after sitting out last AAU season with a broken ankle, to No. 10 in the ESPN 100 for 2014: "I'd gone from mid major schools looking at me to a ridiculous amount of big time schools like Kentucky, Duke, UCLA, and big name schools like that starting to recruit me. Now I'm down to about 25 schools and then I want to cut it down again probably at the end of the month. It's just a blessing to even have this opportunity. You've gotta remember, less than two months ago I was unranked. Now I'm top 10. The best word to describe that is awesome!" (USA Today)

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