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At 6-foot-8, 2016 small forward Braxton Blackwell a top prospect because of point guard skills


When Braxton Blackwell was in elementary school in Atlanta, his dad thought his future would be in football. As his son grew taller, basketball became his favorite sport, and that’s where his future is now. Blackwell, one of the nation’s top small forward prospects for the sophomore class, leads Christ Presbyterian Academy (33-2) in its quest for a third straight Class AA title this week at Middle Tennessee State. (The Tennessean)

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