When you are a junior in high school, stand 6-8, weigh in at 250 and keep getting better, college basketball coaches will take notice.
Such is the case with Jarnell Stokes, a bruising paint player who is just now getting accustomed body. Last season Stokes was almost always in the paint. At the opening AAU event of the season, Stokes ripped down a rebound and dribbled right up the gut of the defense only to finish with a right handed flush, then turning to make sure he got back up court.
Stokes, like many bigs, loves to play the angles
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