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Washington Continues To Search For Talent

BELLEVUE, Wash. - It was 6:15 on a Friday night, and Raphael Chillious was watching basketball. This shouldn’t come as a surprise, as the Washington Assistant Basketball Coach does that a lot for a living, but the timing made this viewing slightly different. As of a week ago, the NCAA allowed college coaches to watch players in person during an evaluation period.

AAU tournaments pop up all over the country to take advantage of the idea that colleges will travel long distances for a first-hand account - to verify or debunk earlier thoughts on recruits. “July, you don’t see your family,” Chillious told while watching the Northwest Summer Showcase at Bellevue College, talking while both eyes were firmly fixed on a basketball game featuring the... Recommended Stories

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