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Fresh off the brutal July AAU grind, Oakland, Calif. shooting guard Jabari Brown is flying high. The NorCal native was a key member of the star-studded Drew Gooden Soldiers, which in turn drew a cadre of college coaches wherever they played.

Despite a disappointing start to the summer AAU circuit, the Soldiers ended on a high note. "We didn't win the Peach Jam unfortunately," the 6-foot-5, 200-pound shooting guard told Dawgman.com recently. "But we won the Fab 48 in Vegas so we finished strong." Brown describes himself as "a scorer, a player who plays hard and can fill it up from anywhere on the court and loves to win". His...

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