Jayson Tatum, Nation's No. 2 player, reflects on helping feed homeless on Thanksgiving Day

Jayson Tatum, Nation's No. 2 player, reflects on helping feed homeless on Thanksgiving Day

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Jayson Tatum, Nation's No. 2 player, reflects on helping feed homeless on Thanksgiving Day

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Jayson Tatum, the Duke-bound Chaminade Prep basketball star ranked as the No. 2 player in the Class of 2016, took time on Thanksgiving Day to help feed and greet the homeless at a shelter in the St. Louis area.

Tatum wrote on Instgram, “Just thankful for all that I have and being able to help those and just spend time with those who are less fortunate! Truly blessed as well all are just remember to be thankful!”

He was joined by his mother and cousin Bryton Hobbs, who plays overseas.

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