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Chicago Orr Sophomore Improving Rapidly

Tyquone Greer (combines.underarmour.com)

The Fighting Illini basketball coaching staff is wise to evaluate young players extensively before offering scholarships. Not all players develop at an early age, so saving scholarships for late bloomers has merit. For example, Chicago Orr sophomore Tyquone Greer is just beginning to show his true potential.

Tyquone Greer is a rapidly developing sophomore basketball player at Chicago Orr High School. According to his assistant coach Phil Gibson, he hasn't played ball long. "He didn't really play ball until 8th grade, so he never really got fame. Last year was the first year he really came on the radar. Right now he's still working at it, but he's on his way up. "He didn't play varsity ball...

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