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Marquese Chriss a Name to Watch for 2015

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LAS VEGAS - Pleasant Grove High School in Elk Grove, Calif. is home to the footballing Armstead brothers Armond and Arik, but Marquese Chriss plans on putting Pleasant Grove on the map for hoops. He's the next best thing since former Washington State hooper Xavier Thames, and the Cougars' cross-state rivals have already put in their bid for the 2015 standout.

"My doctor said I could grow a few more inches," the 6-9, 200-pound Chriss told Dawgman.com at the Las Vegas Classic at Spring Valley High School. Chriss plays for NorCal Wildcats Elite, who didn't make it out of pool play in the tournament, won by Seattle Rotary over another Northern California team, the Oakland Soldiers Elite. "I'm not a real big or a guard; I'm kind of in-between, in the...

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