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Flyin to the Hoop: Day Three

Justin Jackson

KETTERING, Ohio - Justin Jackson stole the show with his play on Sunday at Flyin to the Hoop. However he was far from the only big time performer on a loaded day of action.

Isaiah Johnson, C, Walnut Hills – At times during the summer Johnson showed why high-major schools had interest, but eventually he picked Akron. If he can continue what he did on Sunday the Zips got a huge steal. The massive Johnson dominated down low and showed his impressive touch and great understanding of how to play. Johnson had a double-double in Walnut Hills' impressive upset win and was...

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