Kansas Jayhawks Commit Cliff Alexander Will Shine in Postseason Play
Cliff Alexander was recently honored with a selection to the All-City team, and all we have to see now is if the talented forward can help Curie get their first state title ever. Much thanks to the Sun Times for tweeting the piece below where you can check out the other players who made second, third, and fourth team.
Cliff Alexander and Jahlil Okafor lead the All-City team. http://t.co/xVwr9b8fD8
— Sun-Times Basketball (@suntimes_hoops) February 14, 2014
Rounding out the first team were Louis Adams Jr., Jahlil Okafor, Luwane Pipkins, and Paul White. Whitney Young (IL) was the only team with two first team selections, so they have to be looked at as the favorite to win the City Championships. Alexander will probably want to say something about that, but he will likely have to best Okafor and White which is a pretty tough duo to try and contain. You can bet we will be keeping an eye on the situation here, and whoever ends up coming out on top will have bragging rights at all of these All American games that end the season.
That is all for Prep today, but will leave you as always with a little fortune cookie wisdom on this cold Valentine’s day.
“I would rather entertain and hope that people learned something than educate people and hope they were entertained” -Walt Disney
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