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Elite Camp showcases some top talent

Everson Griffin

The Arizona Elite Camp has become a prime recruiting event. A number of talented players have made the trek to Tucson for a chance to work with Wildcat coaches. Some use the camp as a chance to check out the school, some as a chance to get noticed and some just want to get better for their upcoming season.

Over 40 athletes participated in the camp, but one stood out. Everson Griffin was the class of the camp. He more than justified his five-star ranking. His mix of speed, power and intensity were fun to watch. His technique was solid, as the instructors rarely had to correct him in drills. This was Griffin's first elite camp but his second camp overall as he participated in the three-day camp last...

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