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Players you should expect to hear from this AAU season


This weekend kicks off the major shoe and apparel companies' – Nike, adidas and Under Armour – AAU regular season play with hundreds of players across the country vying for titles, exposure and, most importantly, college scholarships. Here's a look at a handful of players, well-known or otherwise, that you should expect to hear more from this AAU season. Harry Giles III, Wesleyan Christian Academy (High Point, N.C.), F, 2016; Dennis Smith Jr., Trinity Christian School (Fayetteville, N.C.), PG, 2016; (USA Today)

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