Jabari Parker Using Nike Pro-Am To Sharpen Game Before Freshman Year at Duke University
Jabari Parker is participating in Nike Pro-Ams in Chicago this summer and it is sure to be beneficial for him during his freshman year at Duke University; he will not have to go up against anyone like Anthony Davis at the college level, so competing against Davis this summer will only help Parker next year. Recently saw the tweet below from Midwest Ballers, which you can check out below.
— MIDWESTBALLERS.COM (@Midwest_Baller) June 18, 2013
Parker will be dominant in his freshman season and he will most likely be named first team All ACC. I saw Parker play on television a couple times last year, but I’m looking forward to him being on national television more often so we can all see more complete games.
Duke Blue Devils Commit Jabari Parker Says “Great To Play Against Older Guys” http://t.co/4H8v7dB1hx
— RantSportsPrep (@RantSportsPrep) June 17, 2013
Stay tuned for a piece later on Jahlil Okafor who might be making a run at some national player of the year awards. Okafor and Parker played against each other last year and they will likely meet again at the pro level, and possibly even college level if Parker stays more than a year.
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