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McEachern’s Sharife Cooper in action against Rancho Christian during a high school basketball game at the Hoophall Classic. (AP Photo/Gregory Payan)

Sharife Cooper, AOT (Ga.), PG, 2020: The ALL-USA Player of the Year picked up where he left off in a dominant high school basketball season, demolishing the competition in the first session at the Nike EYBL to the tune of 34 points, which leads the league, and seven assists a game for AOT. Cooper, who is ranked No. 3 overall in USA Today Sports’ Chosen 25, drew an impressive crowd of coaches when he stepped on the court, including Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski, Auburn’s Bruce Pearl, Kentucky’s John Calipari and lots more.

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