Forward Justise Winslow Could Team Up with Stanley Johnson
Justise Winslow has impressed a lot of basketball scouts in the last few years, and his summer impressed more. His play with the US U-19 team this summer was instrumental in the gold medal run. Will that trip have an effect on his recruiting process though? Who knows?
The head coach of the team was Billy Donovan so the boys in Gainesville have a shot. His roomate over the summer was also Jahlil Okafor, the top ranked center in the 2014 class, so you know Winslow will be keeping an eye on that situation as well. He is actually making his Duke Blue Devils visit at the same time as Okafor and also top ranked point guard Tyus Jones. That makes the Blue Devils the house favorite at this moment, and they will most likely be the last team standing in November.
He is also apparently open to the possibility of playing with Stanley Johnson, which would be a good combination. Thanks to Chip Miller for tweeting this below.
— Chip Miller (@BLUEChip_Miller) October 5, 2013
My money is still on the Blue Devils until further notice, but will try to keep a pulse on how the rest of Okafor’s visits go. It has been a pleasure today folks, and tomorrow my new apartment officially gets internet so I will no longer have to writer articles at this goddamned Starbucks.
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