One of the top high school players in the state of Illinois will keep his talents in-state, as Morgan Park standout Ayo Dosunmu has chosen where he will play college hoops. Dosunmu, a five-star recruit, has decided that he will play at the University of Illinois, and he announced the decision on Thursday night. "I have a chance to grow a legacy," Dosunmu said. "I'm the best point guard in the country, (and) there's no better place to prove it than my home state."
He’s one of the top-ranked basketball players in the country and has scholarship offers to some of the nation’s biggest schools, but Morgan Park senior-to-be Ayo Dosunmu refuses to allow himself to feel satisfied. The 6-foot-4 point guard has offers from schools including Illinois, Northwestern, and Kansas, and he’s a five-star standout on the court. Even with all the hype surrounding him as he enters his final high school season, he’s looking for more.
Since he's once again living near his brother, Drew Valentine is preparing for the confusion. He's experienced it before, even when his younger brother was about to play a game at Michigan State University. "I walked her over to the concourse and said, 'There's 20 minutes on the clock - he's warming up for the game, look down there,'" he recalled of a time when a woman mistook him for Denzel, the Chicago Bulls' first-round pick in the 2016 NBA Draft. "She gets mad at me and goes, 'Really?
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Selecting a term
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